Route from Peterborough to South Tyneside by car

From: Peterborough, County: Cambridgeshire, England
To: South Tyneside, County: Tyne and Wear, England
200 mi
3 h 20 min
Fuel consumption:
Fuel cost:
Passengers:



How many miles from Peterborough to South Tyneside?

How far is from Peterborough to South Tyneside?


The driving distance between Peterborough and South Tyneside is 200 miles. Travel time is 3 hours and 20 minutes by car.






200 mi 3 h 20 min
1.
Head south on Rivergate (A15)
475 ft
2.
Make a slight right to stay on Rivergate (A15)
646 ft
3.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Bourges Boulevard (A15)
23 ft
4.
Exit the roundabout onto Bourges Boulevard (A15)
0.4 mi
5.
Enter Crescent Bridge Roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Thorpe Road (A1179)
134 ft
6.
Exit the roundabout onto Thorpe Road (A1179)
0.8 mi
7.
Enter Longthorpe Parkway Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Longthorpe Parkway (A1179)
190 ft
8.
Exit the roundabout onto Longthorpe Parkway (A1179)
0.9 mi
9.
Enter Thorpe Interchange and take the 3rd exit
740 ft
10.
Exit the roundabout
1142 ft
11.
Merge right onto Nene Parkway (A1260)
0.5 mi
12.
Enter Thorpe Wood Interchange and take the 2nd exit onto A47
142 ft
13.
Exit the roundabout onto A47
3.7 mi
14.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A47
115 ft
15.
Exit the roundabout onto A47
1.6 mi
16.
Enter Wansford Interchange and take the 1st exit onto A47
93 ft
17.
Exit the roundabout onto A47
873 ft
18.
Enter Wansford Interchange and take the 3rd exit onto Old North Road (A47)
183 ft
19.
Exit the roundabout onto Old North Road (A47)
283 ft
20.
Take the ramp towards A1: The NORTH
441 ft
21.
Merge right onto Great North Road (A1)
31.6 mi
22.
Continue onto Foston Bypass (A1)
1 mi
23.
Continue onto Long Bennington Bypass (A1)
2.4 mi
24.
Continue onto Great North Road (A1)
22 mi
25.
Continue onto Worksop Road (A1)
3.3 mi
26.
Continue onto Blyth Road (A1)
21.7 mi
27.
Continue onto Doncaster Bypass (A1(M))
5.1 mi
28.
Continue onto A1
3.1 mi
29.
Keep right onto A1
35 mi
30.
Take the ramp on the left towards A168: Thirsk
8 mi
31.
Continue onto A19
45.2 mi
32.
Keep right onto A19
10.6 mi
33.
Take the ramp on the left
0.3 mi
34.
Enter Lindisfarne Interchange and take the 4th exit onto Leam Lane (A194)
500 ft
35.
Exit the roundabout onto Leam Lane (A194)
0.3 mi
36.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto John Reid Road (A1300)
338 ft
37.
Exit the roundabout onto John Reid Road (A1300)
0.5 mi
38.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto John Reid Road (A1300)
75 ft
39.
Exit the roundabout onto John Reid Road (A1300)
0.4 mi
40.
Turn right onto Chesterton Road
767 ft
41.
Turn left onto Boswell Avenue
515 ft
42.
Turn right onto Morris Avenue
237 ft
43.
You have arrived at your destination, on the right
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How much does it cost to drive from Peterborough to South Tyneside?

The fuel cost by car depend on several factors such as the distance traveled, the driving conditions (traffic jam, slow driving, normal driving, race driving), fuel consumption of the vehicle, and the current price of fuel.

The trip with petrol fuel costs 34.6 £. In the above calculation, the petrol price is considered to be 143 pence per liter and the petrol consumption of the car is 37.5 miles per gallon.
For 2 passengers in carpooling, the cost of this trip is 17.3 £ (34.6/2) per passenger.
For 3 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip is 11.53 £ (34.6/3) per passenger.
For 4 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip are 8.65 £ (34.6/4) per passenger.


Fuel cost = (199.88 mi / 37.5 mpg) x 143 pence per liter = 34.6 £

In more detail, the result is obtained:

Fuel needed = Distance / Car fuel consumption = miles * 4.54609 / carConsumtion = 199.88 mi * 4.54609 / 37.5 mpg = 24.2 liters

Fuel needed = 24.2 lt

Fuel cost = Fuel needed x Price per liter = 24.2 liters x 143 pence per liter = 34.6 £

Fuel cost from Peterborough to South Tyneside = 34.6 £

Why do I multiply miles by 4.54609?

Consumption is measured in miles per gallon. 37.5 mpg means that a car could travel 37.5 miles with a gallon petrol fuel. The price of fuel is in pence per liter. Gallons should be converted to liters so that the final fuel consumption on a trip is in liters. 1 gallon is 4.54609 liters, so multiply by 4.54609.


The trip with diesel fuel costs 21.9 £. In the above calculation, the diesel price is considered to be 151 pence per liter and the diesel consumption of the car is 62.7 mpg. For only one passenger the cost of the trip is 21.9 £.
For 2 passengers in carpooling, the cost of this trip is 10.95 £ (21.9/2) per passenger.
For 3 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip is 7.3 £ (21.9/3) per passenger.
For 4 passengers in the car, the cost of this trip is 5.48 £ (21.9/4) per passenger.