Route from Middlesbrough to Hull by car

The driving distance between Middlesbrough and Hull is 88 miles. Travel time is 1 hour and 48 minutes by car.

From: Middlesbrough, County: North Yorkshire, England
To: Hull, County: East Riding of Yorkshire, England
88 mi , 1 h 48 min
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Route from Middlesbrough to Hull on map



Driving directions from Middlesbrough to Hull

88 mi 1 h 48 min
1.
Head south on Albert Road
518 ft
2.
Turn right onto Borough Road
1149 ft
3.
Continue right onto Hartington Road (B1272)
0.3 mi
4.
Take the ramp on the left
1.2 mi
5.
Take the ramp on the left towards A19: The South
603 ft
6.
Keep left towards A19: The South
0.4 mi
7.
Keep right onto A19
23.7 mi
8.
Take the ramp on the left towards A19|A170
1081 ft
9.
Keep left towards A19|A170
296 ft
10.
Merge right onto York Road (A19)
7.9 mi
11.
Enter Northern roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Easingwold bypass (A19)
199 ft
12.
Exit the roundabout onto Easingwold bypass (A19)
2.4 mi
13.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A19
182 ft
14.
Exit the roundabout onto A19
5.9 mi
15.
Turn left onto East Lane
0.5 mi
16.
Continue slightly right onto Corban Lane
2.2 mi
17.
Turn right onto Sutton Road (B1363)
617 ft
18.
Continue onto Wiggington Road (B1363)
1.5 mi
19.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Ring Road (A1237)
37 ft
20.
Exit the roundabout onto Ring Road (A1237)
0.8 mi
21.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Ring Road (A1237)
93 ft
22.
Exit the roundabout onto Ring Road (A1237)
0.7 mi
23.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit towards A1237: Scarborough
116 ft
24.
Exit the roundabout towards A1237: Scarborough
0.7 mi
25.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Ring Road (A1237)
167 ft
26.
Exit the roundabout onto Ring Road (A1237)
0.9 mi
27.
Keep left onto A1237
672 ft
28.
Enter Hopgrove Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A64
614 ft
29.
Exit the roundabout onto A64
2.1 mi
30.
Take the ramp on the left towards A1079
1293 ft
31.
Enter Grimston Bar and take the 2nd exit onto Hull Road (A1079)
279 ft
32.
Exit the roundabout onto Hull Road (A1079)
7.5 mi
33.
Continue onto York Road (A1079)
0.3 mi
34.
Continue onto Gale Hill (A1079)
1276 ft
35.
Continue onto York Road (A1079)
1.3 mi
36.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto York Road (A1079)
152 ft
37.
Exit the roundabout onto York Road (A1079)
2.1 mi
38.
Continue onto Main Street (A1079)
1073 ft
39.
Continue onto York Road (A1079)
857 ft
40.
Continue onto Cross Hill (A1079)
1.5 mi
41.
Continue onto York Road (A1079)
1.3 mi
42.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto York Road (A1079)
144 ft
43.
Exit the roundabout onto York Road (A1079)
0.5 mi
44.
Go straight onto Giant Bradley Way (A1079)
0.7 mi
45.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Giant Bradley Way (A1079)
245 ft
46.
Exit the roundabout onto Giant Bradley Way (A1079)
1.1 mi
47.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Arras Hill (A1079)
198 ft
48.
Exit the roundabout onto Arras Hill (A1079)
2.8 mi
49.
Continue onto York Road (A1079)
4.2 mi
50.
Continue onto Beverley Road (A1079)
0.8 mi
51.
Enter Killingwoldgraves Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Beverley Bypass (A1079)
316 ft
52.
Exit the roundabout onto Beverley Bypass (A1079)
4.6 mi
53.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Beverley Bypass (A1079)
114 ft
54.
Exit the roundabout onto Beverley Bypass (A1079)
1.1 mi
55.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Beverley Road (A1079)
625 ft
56.
Exit the roundabout onto Beverley Road (A1079)
3.4 mi
57.
Continue onto Ferensway (A1079)
412 ft
58.
Turn left onto Spencer Street
198 ft
59.
Continue slightly right onto Prospect Street
704 ft
60.
Turn left onto Albion Street
823 ft
61.
Turn right onto Bond Street
727 ft
62.
Turn left onto Vernon Street
75 ft
63.
Turn left onto Dock Street
491 ft
64.
You have arrived at your destination, on the left
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If you were to travel from Middlesbrough to Hull, how much would it charge you?

A trip with petrol gasoline will cost you 15.2 pounds. According to the figure presented above, the price of petrol corresponds to 143 pence per litre, and the amount of petrol that the vehicle consumes is equivalent to 37.5 miles per gallon.
Through carpooling, the cost of this trip is 7.6 pounds for each of the two passengers.
When there are three people in the automobile, the cost of this trip is 5.07 pounds (15.2/3) for each individual passenger.
This trip will cost you 3.8 pounds for each of the four people who are travelling in the automobile.


The cost of fuel is equal to (87.73 miles / 37.5 miles per gallon) multiplied by 143 pence a litre, which is 15.2 pounds.

A more in-depth explanation of the result is as follows:

Fuel usage is miles multiplied by 4.54609 divided by the distance travelled by the vehicle.Consumption is 87.73 miles multiplied by 4.54609 divided by 37.5 miles per gallon, which equals 10.6 litres

It takes 10.6 litres of fuel.

The cost of fuel is equal to the amount of fuel required multiplied by the price per litre, which is 10.6 litres multiplied by 143 pence a litre, which is 15.2 pounds.

The cost of fuel from Middlesbrough to Hull is 15.2 pounds.
 

 

A lot of things can have a big effect on how much petrol a car uses, but the most common ones are: 

 

  • Driving Habits: Aggressive driving habits like speeding, accelerating quickly, and stopping and starting often can use a lot more petrol. 
     
  • Maintenance on Your Vehicle: Regular oil changes, tire rotations, and engine tune-ups are all parts of good maintenance that keep your car running at its best. If you don't do upkeep, your car may use more petrol and be less efficient with it. 
     
  • Car Type: Some of the things that affect how much fuel a car uses are its make and model, its engine size, its weight, its aerodynamics, and its fuel economy rating. 
     
  • Conditions of the Road: Things like traffic jams, bad roads, changes in elevation, and the weather can all affect how much petrol you use. It takes more petrol to drive stop-and-go in heavy traffic or uphill than to drive steadily on a highway on flat ground. 
     
  • Importance of Fuel Quality: The octane number and additives in the fuel can affect how well it works. Fuels of lower quality may make engines less efficient and cause them to use more fuel. 
     
  • Route: The path you take can change how much petrol you use. It is possible to use less petrol by choosing roads with slower speed limits, less traffic, and fewer stops. 
     
  • Cargo: Having extra weight in the car, like big cargo or roof racks, makes the aerodynamic drag higher and needs more fuel to keep the speed constant, which means higher fuel use.

Diesel cost from Middlesbrough to Hull.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 9.6 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 4.8 £ (9.6/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 3.2 £ (9.6/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 2.4 £ (9.6/4) /p.


Alternative routes from Middlesbrough to Hull

The most time-consuming route from Middlesbrough to Hull spans a distance of 110.95 miles and requires a travel time of 1 hour and 52 minutes.


Which is the cheapest route from Middlesbrough to Hull by car?

The cheapest route from Middlesbrough to Hull is the first suggested route (88mi, 1h 48min) and costs 15.2 £ (petrol fuel cost, 143p/lt, 37.5mpg).

The most expensive route from Middlesbrough to Hull is the second suggested route (111mi, 1h 52min) and costs 19.2 £.

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 Middlesbrough to Hull?

There are two suggested routes. The fastest route is 88mi (distance from Middlesbrough to Hull) and its duration is 1h 48min. The slowest route is 111mi, and its duration is 1h 52min.

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

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Where is Middlesbrough located?

Middlesbrough is located in North Yorkshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 11 meters above sea level. Middlesbrough has coordinates 54.5742270o,-1.2349560o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Middlesbrough from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.


What is the location of Hull?

Hull is located in East Riding of Yorkshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 8 meters above sea level. Hull has coordinates 53.7456709o,-0.3367413o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Hull from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.