Route from Havering to Leeds by car

The driving distance between Havering and Leeds is 200 miles. Travel time is 3 hours and 24 minutes by car.

From: Havering, County: Greater London, England
To: Leeds, County: West Yorkshire, England
200 mi , 3 h 24 min
Tolls: Stations
Fuel consumption:
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Route from Havering to Leeds on map



Driving directions from Havering to Leeds

200 mi 3 h 24 min
1.
Head north on Manor Crescent
397 ft
2.
Turn right onto Westmoreland Avenue
1107 ft
3.
Turn left onto Squirrels Heath Lane
656 ft
4.
Turn right onto Upper Brentwood Road
0.7 mi
5.
Turn right onto Main Road (A118)
825 ft
6.
Enter Gallows Corner and take the 3rd exit onto Colchester Road (A12)
279 ft
7.
Exit the roundabout onto Colchester Road (A12)
2.1 mi
8.
Take the ramp on the left
466 ft
9.
Continue onto Putwell Bridge (A12)
1004 ft
10.
Enter Brook Street Roundabout and take the 1st exit
56 ft
11.
Exit the roundabout
172 ft
12.
Continue onto M25
7.1 mi
13.
Take the ramp on the left towards M11 (S): London (NE & C)
0.5 mi
14.
Keep right towards M11: Stansted
0.7 mi
15.
Merge right onto M11
14 mi
16.
Keep right onto M11
28.4 mi
17.
Merge right onto Huntingdon Road (A14)
13.7 mi
18.
Continue onto A14
314 ft
19.
Take the ramp on the left onto A14
104 mi
20.
Continue onto Doncaster Bypass (A1(M))
8.2 mi
21.
Keep left towards A162: Hull
0.7 mi
22.
Take the ramp on the left
0.4 mi
23.
Enter Ferrybridge Interchange and take the 2nd exit towards A1(M): The NORTH
426 ft
24.
Exit the roundabout towards A1(M): The NORTH
0.4 mi
25.
Merge right onto M62
10.5 mi
26.
Take the ramp on the left onto M62
1014 ft
27.
Keep right at the fork
628 ft
28.
Merge right onto Lofthouse Interchange
0.3 mi
29.
Take the ramp on the left onto M1
0.5 mi
30.
Merge right onto M1
0.8 mi
31.
Keep right towards M621
0.6 mi
32.
Take the ramp on the left onto M621
0.4 mi
33.
Keep right onto M621
472 ft
34.
Go straight onto A61
742 ft
35.
Keep left onto A61
306 ft
36.
Enter Stourton Interchange and take the 1st exit onto M621
427 ft
37.
Exit the roundabout onto M621
1.8 mi
38.
Take exit 3 on the left towards A653: Crown Point
1044 ft
39.
Go straight onto Dewsbury Road (A653)
0.5 mi
40.
Continue onto Meadow Road (A653)
686 ft
41.
Continue onto Victoria Road (A653)
830 ft
42.
Go straight onto Neville Street
171 ft
43.
Make a slight left onto Water Lane
994 ft
44.
Continue onto Globe Road
0.3 mi
45.
Turn right onto Monk Bridge
274 ft
46.
Continue onto Whitehall Road
970 ft
47.
Keep right onto Whitehall Road
723 ft
48.
Turn left onto Thirsk Row
159 ft
49.
Turn right onto Wellington Street
106 ft
50.
Turn left onto King Street
626 ft
51.
Continue slightly left onto East Parade
452 ft
52.
Go straight onto East Parade
213 ft
53.
Continue onto Calverley Street
428 ft
54.
Turn right onto Great George Street
5 ft
55.
You have arrived at your destination
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How much does it cost to drive from Havering to Leeds?

If you're using petrol, it's gonna set you back 34.6 quid. In this calculation, they're saying the petrol price is 143 pence per liter, and the car's gonna guzzle down 37.5 miles for every gallon of that stuff.

Now, if you're carpooling, the cost gets split up between everyone riding. So, if there are two people in the car, it's gonna be 17.3 quid each (£34.6 divided by 2). With three buddies on board, it works out to around 11.53 quid per person (£34.6 divided by 3). And if you've got a full car with four people, it's only 8.65 quid per person (£34.6 divided by 4).

Breaking down the numbers, the fuel cost is calculated based on how far you're going and how much gas your car chugs. For this trip, you're gonna need about 24.2 liters of fuel. They figured that out by dividing the distance of 199.82 miles by the car's fuel consumption rate of 37.5 miles per gallon, and then converting that to liters 'cause, you know, the UK uses liters.

So, you take the fuel needed, which is 24.2 liters, and you multiply it by the price per liter, which is 143 pence. And voilà, you got yourself the total fuel cost for the trip from Havering to Leeds: 34.6 quid.

 

 

Tire air pressure affects automotive fuel economy because:

Rolling Resistance: Well-inflated tires demand less energy to move. This minimizes engine workload and boosts fuel efficiency. However, underinflated tires increase rolling resistance, making the engine work harder and using more petrololine.

Tires filled to the manufacturer's recommended pressure provide best performance and fuel efficiency. Any tire pressure below or above this suggested range can reduce fuel efficiency.

Uneven tire wear increases rolling resistance and fuel consumption. Regularly checking and maintaining tire pressure helps save tire wear and fuel use.

Properly inflated tires improve handling and stability, especially when cornering and braking. Smoother driving reduces rapid acceleration and braking, improving fuel efficiency.

Environmental Impact: Proper tire pressure improves fuel efficiency, lowers tire wear, and extends tire life. This reduces the environmental impact of tire disposal and manufacture, improving sustainability.

Fuel efficiency, vehicle performance, and safety depend on optimum tire air pressure. Regularly checking and adjusting tire pressure according to manufacturer guidelines saves fuel and reduces environmental impact.


Diesel cost from Havering to Leeds.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 21.9 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 10.95 £ (21.9/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 7.3 £ (21.9/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 5.48 £ (21.9/4) /p.


Alternative routes from Havering to Leeds

The second route from Havering to the Leeds is 208.81 miles and takes 3 hours and 32 minutes.

The third route from Havering to the Leeds is 209.23 miles and takes 4 hours and 8 minutes.


Which is the cheapest route from Havering to Leeds by car?

The cheapest route from Havering to Leeds is the first suggested route (200mi, 3h 24min) and costs 34.6 £ (petrol fuel cost, 143p/lt, 37.5mpg).

The second cheapest route from Havering to Leeds is the second suggested route (209mi, 3h 32min) and costs 36.2 £.

The most expensive route from Havering to Leeds is the third suggested route (209mi, 4h 8min) and costs 36.3 £.

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 Havering to Leeds?

There are three suggested routes. The fastest route is 200mi (distance from Havering to Leeds) and its duration is 3h 24min. The other route is 209mi, and its duration is 3h 32min. The slowest route is 209mi, and its duration is 4h 8min.

RouteCalculator provides you with the information to prepare your trip from Havering to Leeds by car or motorbike. It offers you alternative road routes that you can follow to go from Havering to Leeds. It provides driving directions from Havering to Leeds, i.e. where to turn and when, distance of the Havering - Leeds route, travel time, display of the route on the map, fuel cost (petrol, diesel) and toll (if exist) cost.

In case you share the journey (carpooling) from Havering to Leeds with other people or friends, RouteCalculator provides the cost of the journey and the amount that each passenger will have to pay.


Where is Havering located?

Havering is located in Greater London county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 30 meters above sea level. Havering has coordinates 51.5779240o,0.2120829o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Havering from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.


What is the location of Leeds?

Leeds is located in West Yorkshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 43 meters above sea level. Leeds has coordinates 53.8007554o,-1.5490774o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Leeds from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.