Route from Newcastle upon Tyne to Basildon
The distance between Newcastle upon Tyne and Basildon is 290 miles. Travel time is 4 hours and 50 minutes.
To: Basildon, County: Essex, England
Driving directions from Newcastle upon Tyne to Basildon
How much does it cost to drive from Newcastle upon Tyne to Basildon with petrol?
Let's delve into the expenses of a road trip from Newcastle upon Tyne to Basildon. The journey using petrol will set you back 50.3 pounds. Now, let's walk through how we arrived at this figure.
Firstly, we consider the price of petrol, which is 143 pence per liter. Next, we take into account the car's fuel consumption rate, which stands at 37.5 miles per gallon.
Now, suppose you're carpooling. If there are two passengers sharing the ride, each person will contribute 25.15 pounds (£50.3 divided by 2). With three passengers, the cost per person drops to around 16.77 pounds (£50.3 divided by 3). And if there are four passengers onboard, each person chips in 12.58 pounds (£50.3 divided by 4).
Let's delve deeper into the calculations. To determine how much fuel is needed for the trip, we rely on the distance and the car's fuel efficiency. The distance between Newcastle upon Tyne and Basildon is approximately 289.9 miles. So, to cover this distance, the car will require roughly 35.1 liters of petrol. We obtained this value by dividing the distance by the car's fuel consumption rate of 37.5 miles per gallon and then converting it to liters.
Once we have the amount of fuel needed, we calculate the total cost. Multiplying the fuel quantity (35.1 liters) by the price per liter (143 pence) yields 50.3 pounds. Therefore, the fuel cost for the journey from Newcastle upon Tyne to Basildon is 50.3 pounds.
Diesel cost from Newcastle upon Tyne to Basildon.
The trip with diesel fuel costs 31.7 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 15.85 £ (31.7/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 10.57 £ (31.7/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 7.93 £ (31.7/4) /p.
Diesel fuel and petrol (gasoline) fuel in terms of emissions:

Diesel Fuel: Diesel combustion generally produces higher levels of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter compared to petrol combustion. This is due to the combustion characteristics of diesel engines, as well as the composition of diesel fuel. However, advancements in diesel engine technology, such as particulate filters and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems, have significantly reduced emissions from modern diesel vehicles.

Petrol (Gasoline): Petrol combustion typically produces lower levels of nitrogen oxides and particulate matter compared to diesel combustion. Petrol engines emit fewer particulates because petrol itself contains fewer impurities compared to diesel. Additionally, petrol engines may emit lower levels of nitrogen oxides due to differences in combustion processes and engine design.
Where is Newcastle upon Tyne located?
Newcastle upon Tyne is located in Tyne and Wear county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 56 meters above sea level. Newcastle upon Tyne has coordinates 54.9782520^{o},1.6177800^{o}. RouteCalculator provides a map of Newcastle upon Tyne from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.
What is the location of Basildon?
Basildon is located in Essex county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 21 meters above sea level. Basildon has coordinates 51.5760840^{o},0.4887360^{o}. RouteCalculator provides a map of Basildon from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.
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