Route from Middlesbrough to Oxford by car

The driving distance between Middlesbrough and Oxford is 225 miles. Travel time is 3 hours and 49 minutes by car.

From: Middlesbrough, County: North Yorkshire, England
To: Oxford, County: Oxfordshire, England
225 mi , 3 h 49 min
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Route from Middlesbrough to Oxford on map



Driving directions from Middlesbrough to Oxford

225 mi 3 h 49 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.
Continue onto A168
6.8 mi
9.
Continue onto A1(M)
25.2 mi
10.
Keep left onto A1(M)
26.1 mi
11.
Take the ramp on the left towards M18: Sheffield(M1)
0.3 mi
12.
Enter Wadworth Interchange and take the 3rd exit towards M18: Sheffield
0.3 mi
13.
Exit the roundabout towards M18: Sheffield
0.4 mi
14.
Merge right onto M18
100 mi
15.
Take exit 15A on the left towards A43: Oxford
1196 ft
16.
Keep left towards A43: Oxford
457 ft
17.
Continue onto A43
637 ft
18.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
283 ft
19.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
1115 ft
20.
Keep right at the fork
334 ft
21.
Keep left onto A43
901 ft
22.
Keep left onto A43
5.5 mi
23.
Enter Towcester Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
156 ft
24.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
0.8 mi
25.
Enter Abthorpe Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
138 ft
26.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
9.2 mi
27.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Brackley Bypass (A43)
63 ft
28.
Exit the roundabout onto Brackley Bypass (A43)
1.1 mi
29.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
143 ft
30.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
0.8 mi
31.
Keep left onto A43
0.7 mi
32.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
156 ft
33.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
1.1 mi
34.
Enter Barleymow Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
183 ft
35.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
3.2 mi
36.
Enter Baynard's Green Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
221 ft
37.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
0.6 mi
38.
Take exit 10 towards M40: Bicester Central
0.5 mi
39.
Merge right onto M40
4.8 mi
40.
Take exit 9 on the left towards A41: Bicester Central
0.3 mi
41.
Enter Wendlebury Interchange and take the 3rd exit onto A34
1021 ft
42.
Exit the roundabout onto A34
6.1 mi
43.
Take the ramp on the left towards A44: Oxford
0.3 mi
44.
Enter Peartree Roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Woodstock Road (A44)
207 ft
45.
Exit the roundabout onto Woodstock Road (A44)
0.5 mi
46.
Enter Wolvercote Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Woodstock Road (A4144)
226 ft
47.
Exit the roundabout onto Woodstock Road (A4144)
2.2 mi
48.
Turn right onto Little Clarendon Street
714 ft
49.
Turn left onto Walton Street
1083 ft
50.
Turn right onto Worcester Street (A4144)
457 ft
51.
Continue slightly left onto Hythe Bridge Street (A4144)
1051 ft
52.
Turn left onto Frideswide Square
102 ft
53.
Turn right onto Hollybush Row (A420)
633 ft
54.
Continue onto Oxpens Road (A420)
1158 ft
55.
Continue onto Thames Street (A420)
909 ft
56.
Turn left
106 ft
57.
Turn right onto Speedwell Street
740 ft
58.
Turn left onto St Aldate's (A420)
1292 ft
59.
You have arrived at your destination, on the left
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What's the expense of traveling from Middlesbrough to Oxford by car?

Embarking on the journey from Middlesbrough to Oxford, one might ponder the cost of such a venture. Indeed, the expenditure amounts to 39.1 pounds when fueled by petrol. In this calculation, we delve into the intricate details, where the price of petrol stands at 143 pence per liter, and the car's thirst for fuel measures 37.5 miles per gallon.

For those opting for carpooling, the financial burden lightens, with a cost of 19.55 pounds for each of two passengers, 13.03 pounds for three passengers, and merely 9.78 pounds for four passengers.

Delving deeper into the mechanics of the calculation, we ascertain the amount of fuel required for the voyage. Covering a distance of approximately 225.28 miles, the car craves around 27.3 liters of petrol. This value is derived from the division of the distance by the car's fuel consumption rate, converted into liters for precision.

With the quantity of fuel determined, we proceed to compute the total expenditure. By multiplying the fuel volume (27.3 liters) by the price per liter (143 pence), we seamlessly arrive at the grand total of 39.1 pounds. Thus, the journey from Middlesbrough to Oxford is marked by a fuel cost of 39.1 pounds.
 


Diesel cost from Middlesbrough to Oxford.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 24.7 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 12.35 £ (24.7/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 8.23 £ (24.7/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 6.18 £ (24.7/4) /p.

Fuel efficiency of diesel and petrol: 

Diesel Fuel: Diesel engines use less fuel than petrol ones. Diesel fuel's higher energy density and diesel engines' superior thermal efficiency are the main reasons. Diesel fuel has more energy per litre or gallon than petrol, hence diesel engines can extract more energy. Diesel engines also have larger compression ratios, improving thermal efficiency. Diesel vehicles get better fuel efficiency and travel farther per gallon or litre than petrol vehicles of equal size and performance. 
Fuel efficiency is lower for petrol engines than diesel engines. Petrol is still an effective internal combustion engine fuel, but it has less energy density than diesel. This means petrol engines may need more fuel than diesel engines to function similarly. In recent years, turbocharging and direct injection have increased petrol engine fuel efficiency, closing the gap between petrol and diesel vehicles. 
Due to their higher energy density and thermal efficiency, diesel engines are more fuel-efficient than petrol engines. Diesel and petrol vehicle fuel efficiency can also be affected by driving habits, vehicle design, and other variables.
 


Alternative routes from Middlesbrough to Oxford

The second route from Middlesbrough to the Oxford is 235.79 miles and takes 4 hours and 11 minutes.

The third route from Middlesbrough to the Oxford is 232.97 miles and takes 4 hours and 37 minutes.


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

The cheapest route from Middlesbrough to Oxford is the first suggested route (225mi, 3h 49min) and costs 39.1 £ (petrol fuel cost, 143p/lt, 37.5mpg).

The second cheapest route from Middlesbrough to Oxford is the third suggested route (233mi, 4h 37min) and costs 40.4 £.

The most expensive route from Middlesbrough to Oxford is the second suggested route (236mi, 4h 11min) and costs 40.9 £.

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 Oxford?

There are three suggested routes. The fastest route is 225mi (distance from Middlesbrough to Oxford) and its duration is 3h 49min. The other route is 236mi, and its duration is 4h 11min. The slowest route is 233mi, and its duration is 4h 37min.

RouteCalculator provides you with the information to prepare your trip from Middlesbrough to Oxford by car or motorbike. It offers you alternative road routes that you can follow to go from Middlesbrough to Oxford. It provides driving directions from Middlesbrough to Oxford, i.e. where to turn and when, distance of the Middlesbrough - Oxford 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 Middlesbrough to Oxford with other people or friends, RouteCalculator provides the cost of the journey and the amount that each passenger will have to pay.


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 Oxford?

Oxford is located in Oxfordshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 67 meters above sea level. Oxford has coordinates 51.7520209o,-1.2577263o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Oxford from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.