Route from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath by car

The driving distance between Middlesbrough and Surrey Heath is 266 miles. Travel time is 4 hours and 23 minutes by car.

From: Middlesbrough, County: North Yorkshire, England
To: Surrey Heath, County: Surrey, England
266 mi , 4 h 23 min
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Route from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath on map



Driving directions from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath

266 mi 4 h 23 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
144 mi
15.
Take the ramp on the left towards M25: Stansted
0.4 mi
16.
Keep right towards M25: Heathrow
0.6 mi
17.
Merge right onto M25
25.8 mi
18.
Take the ramp on the left towards M3: The SOUTH WEST
0.3 mi
19.
Keep right towards M3: Basingstoke
0.7 mi
20.
Merge right onto M3
6.3 mi
21.
Take the ramp on the left towards A322: Bracknell
0.4 mi
22.
Go straight onto A322
1.6 mi
23.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Guildford Road (A322)
232 ft
24.
Exit the roundabout onto Guildford Road (A322)
0.3 mi
25.
Turn right onto Brentmoor Road
0.9 mi
26.
You have arrived at your destination
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What is the financial outlay associated with traveling from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath by car?

The journey, powered by petrol, incurs a cost of £46.1. In this computational scenario, the price of petrol is assumed to be 143 pence per liter, and the car's fuel efficiency stands at 37.5 miles per gallon.

For individuals contemplating carpooling arrangements, the expenditure per traveler diminishes as the number of passengers increases. With two passengers, the cost per person amounts to £23.05 (£46.1/2). For a trio of passengers, the cost per person reduces to £15.37 (£46.1/3), and for a quartet of passengers, it further decreases to £11.53 (£46.1/4).

To provide further elucidation on the calculation process, let us dissect how the final figure is derived:

Initially, the requisite fuel quantity is determined by dividing the distance traveled by the car's fuel consumption rate. For a journey spanning 266.11 miles, this computation entails multiplying 266.11 miles by 4.54609 (liters per gallon) and subsequently dividing by the car's fuel efficiency of 37.5 mpg, resulting in a requirement of 32.3 liters of fuel.

Subsequently, the fuel expenditure is computed by multiplying the amount of fuel required by the price per liter. Given a consumption of 32.3 liters of fuel at a rate of 143 pence per liter, the cumulative cost equals £46.1.

In summation, the total fuel expenditure for the trip from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath stands at £46.1.


Diesel cost from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 29.1 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 14.55 £ (29.1/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 9.7 £ (29.1/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 7.28 £ (29.1/4) /p.

Diesel cars generally have lower fuel consumption compared to petrol cars for the following reasons:

  1. Higher Energy Density of Diesel Fuel: Diesel fuel contains more energy per liter compared to petrol. This means that for the same volume of fuel, diesel engines can generate more power and travel a greater distance, resulting in lower fuel consumption.

  2. Increased Thermal Efficiency of Diesel Engines: Diesel engines operate at higher compression ratios compared to petrol engines. This higher compression ratio allows diesel engines to extract more energy from each unit of fuel. As a result, diesel engines are typically more thermally efficient, translating into lower fuel consumption.

  3. Greater Torque at Lower RPM: Diesel engines tend to produce more torque at lower engine speeds (RPM) compared to petrol engines. This characteristic allows diesel vehicles to maintain better fuel efficiency, particularly during steady-state cruising, as they require less throttle input to maintain speed.

These factors combined contribute to the generally lower fuel consumption observed in diesel cars compared to their petrol counterparts.


Alternative routes from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath

An alternative route from Middlesbrough to the Surrey Heath is 267.37 miles and takes 4 hours and 27 minutes.


Which is the cheapest route from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath by car?

The cheapest route from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath is the first suggested route (266mi, 4h 23min) and costs 46.1 £ (petrol fuel cost, 143p/lt, 37.5mpg).

The most expensive route from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath is the second suggested route (267mi, 4h 27min) and costs 46.3 £.

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 Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath?

There are two suggested routes. The fastest route is 266mi (distance from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath) and its duration is 4h 23min. The slowest route is 267mi, and its duration is 4h 27min.

RouteCalculator provides you with the information to prepare your trip from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath by car or motorbike. It offers you alternative road routes that you can follow to go from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath. It provides driving directions from Middlesbrough to Surrey Heath, i.e. where to turn and when, distance of the Middlesbrough - Surrey Heath 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 Surrey Heath 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 Surrey Heath?

Surrey Heath is located in Surrey county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 48 meters above sea level. Surrey Heath has coordinates 51.3346257o,-0.6689460o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Surrey Heath from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.