Route from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland by car

The driving distance between Enfield and Redcar and Cleveland is 241 miles. Travel time is 4 hours and 3 minutes by car.

From: Enfield, County: Greater London, England
To: Redcar and Cleveland, County: North Yorkshire, England
241 mi , 4 h 3 min
Tolls: Stations
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Route from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland on map



Driving directions from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland

241 mi 4 h 3 min
1.
Head north
1264 ft
2.
Turn left onto Hadley Road
1.2 mi
3.
Continue onto Ferny Hill
0.7 mi
4.
Turn right onto Cockfosters Road (A111)
0.3 mi
5.
Continue onto Stagg Hill (A111)
1 mi
6.
Enter Potters Bar Interchange and take the 1st exit onto M25
237 ft
7.
Exit the roundabout onto M25
2.1 mi
8.
Take the ramp on the left towards A1: London (N & C)
0.5 mi
9.
Enter Bignells Corner and take the 4th exit towards A1 (M): The North Hatfield
0.5 mi
10.
Exit the roundabout towards A1 (M): The North Hatfield
0.3 mi
11.
Merge right onto Barnet Bypass (A1(M))
6.4 mi
12.
Take exit 4 on the left towards A414: Hertford
973 ft
13.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit towards A1(M)
143 ft
14.
Exit the roundabout towards A1(M)
7.8 mi
15.
Take the ramp on the left towards A602: Stevenage
864 ft
16.
Enter Langley Sidings and take the 2nd exit onto A1(M)
300 ft
17.
Exit the roundabout onto A1(M)
13.6 mi
18.
Enter Biggleswade South Roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Biggleswade Bypass (A1)
289 ft
19.
Exit the roundabout onto Biggleswade Bypass (A1)
2.2 mi
20.
Enter Biggleswade North Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Biggleswade Bypass (A1)
159 ft
21.
Exit the roundabout onto Biggleswade Bypass (A1)
0.3 mi
22.
Continue onto Great North Road (A1)
2.5 mi
23.
Enter Sandy Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A1
142 ft
24.
Exit the roundabout onto A1
4.1 mi
25.
Enter Black Cat Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Great North Road (A1)
404 ft
26.
Exit the roundabout onto Great North Road (A1)
8 mi
27.
Enter Buckden Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A1
169 ft
28.
Exit the roundabout onto A1
113 mi
29.
Keep right onto A1(M)
35 mi
30.
Keep left towards A168: Thirsk
1.2 mi
31.
Continue onto A168
6.8 mi
32.
Continue onto A19
21.2 mi
33.
Take the ramp on the left towards A174: Ingleby Barwick
0.3 mi
34.
Enter Parkway Junction and take the 3rd exit towards Whitby
1219 ft
35.
Exit the roundabout towards Whitby
7.2 mi
36.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto The Parkway (A174)
489 ft
37.
Exit the roundabout onto The Parkway (A174)
1.8 mi
38.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Kirkleatham Lane (A1042)
276 ft
39.
Exit the roundabout onto Kirkleatham Lane (A1042)
0.4 mi
40.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Kirkleatham Lane (A1042)
125 ft
41.
Exit the roundabout onto Kirkleatham Lane (A1042)
0.4 mi
42.
Turn right onto West Dyke Road
382 ft
43.
Turn left onto Yew Tree Avenue
0.3 mi
44.
You have arrived at your destination, on the right
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How much is the expense of driving from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland?

The expense of driving from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland using petrol amounts to £41.7. This computation is based on a petrol price of 143 pence per liter and a car's fuel efficiency of 37.5 miles per gallon. For those considering carpooling arrangements, the cost per passenger decreases with more occupants. With two passengers, the cost per person is £20.85 (£41.7 divided by 2). With three passengers, it's approximately £13.9 per person (£41.7 divided by 3), and with four passengers, it's £10.43 per person (£41.7 divided by 4).

To delve deeper into the calculations, we can explore the fuel cost calculation. This is determined by the distance traveled and the car's fuel consumption rate. For this journey, approximately 29.2 liters of fuel would be required. Multiplying this by the petrol price per liter results in the total fuel cost of £41.7 for the trip from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland.
 

 

How much fuel a car uses is directly related to how well its engine is oiled. How to do it: 

 

  • Efficiency: An engine that has been properly cared for and is in good shape works more efficiently, which means it can burn fuel more efficiently and use less of it to make the same amount of power. 
     
  • Combustion: If the fuel injectors are dirty, the air filters are jammed, or the spark plugs don't work right, the fuel may not burn all the way. This is called incomplete combustion. This wastes fuel and makes people use more of it. 
     
  • Fuel blend: For the engine to burn efficiently, the fuel-air blend needs to be carefully managed. Any changes from the right ratio, like when an oxygen monitor or fuel injector doesn't work right, can cause the engine to use more fuel than it should. 
     
  • Mechanical Wear: As an engine ages, parts inside it like piston rings, valves, and seals can wear out. This makes the engine less efficient and causes it to use more petrol. This wear can be lessened with regular upkeep, which can also help keep fuel use in check. 
     
  • Ignition Timing: If the ignition timing is off, it can cause inefficient combustion and higher fuel usage. This can be caused by a worn distributor or a broken ignition system. 
     

To sum up, the state of a car's engine is a major factor in how much fuel it uses. For the engine to work well and use little petrol, it needs to be serviced regularly and fixed quickly when something goes wrong.


Diesel cost from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 26.4 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 13.2 £ (26.4/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 8.8 £ (26.4/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 6.6 £ (26.4/4) /p.


Alternative routes from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland

The second route from Enfield to the Redcar and Cleveland is 248.66 miles and takes 4 hours and 7 minutes.

The third route from Enfield to the Redcar and Cleveland is 254.27 miles and takes 4 hours and 51 minutes.


Which is the cheapest route from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland by car?

The cheapest route from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland is the first suggested route (241mi, 4h 3min) and costs 41.7 £ (petrol fuel cost, 143p/lt, 37.5mpg).

The second cheapest route from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland is the second suggested route (249mi, 4h 7min) and costs 43.1 £.

The most expensive route from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland is the third suggested route (254mi, 4h 51min) and costs 44.1 £.

For greater safety, the driver should choose the route that passes through the highway (median barrier) and not through smaller roads (curves in the road, bad road conditions, no median barrier).


How to get from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland?

There are three suggested routes. The fastest route is 241mi (distance from Enfield to Redcar and Cleveland) and its duration is 4h 3min. The other route is 249mi, and its duration is 4h 7min. The slowest route is 254mi, and its duration is 4h 51min.

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Where is Enfield located?

Enfield is located in Greater London county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 50 meters above sea level. Enfield has coordinates 51.6622925o,-0.1180655o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Enfield from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.


What is the location of Redcar and Cleveland?

Redcar and Cleveland is located in North Yorkshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 13 meters above sea level. Redcar and Cleveland has coordinates 54.5971344o,-1.0775997o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Redcar and Cleveland from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.