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The total cost of driving from Little Rock, AR to Chicago, IL (one-way) is $56.70 at current gas prices.
The round trip cost would be $113.40 to go from Little Rock, AR to Chicago, IL and back to Little Rock, AR again.
Regular fuel costs are around $2.17 per gallon for your trip. This calculation assumes that your vehicle gets an average gas mileage of 25 mpg for a mix of city and highway driving.
All currency units are U.S. Dollars. If you prefer international units, the equivalent petrol pump price is 57.4 cents/litre. This assumes a typical fuel economy of 9.4 L/100 km.
You'll go through 26.1 gallons of gas during this trip. This is equal to 98.7 litres.
If you fill your tank with unleaded gasoline, the carbon emissions will be around 510 lbs CO2. This is equivalent to 231 kg CO2e or 0.23 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents. These numbers may change depending on the exact make and model of your car. If your vehicle uses diesel instead, the CO2 emissions will be around 597 lbs CO2, which is equivalent to 271 kg CO2e or 0.27 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents.
These results are based on the actual driving distance from Little Rock, AR to Chicago, IL, which is 652 miles or 1 049 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Little Rock, Arkansas. The price of regular gas is currently averaging $2.00 in Arkansas.
Your trip ends in Chicago, Illinois. The price of regular gas is around $2.35 in Illinois.
Gas prices were last updated on Saturday, April 30th, 2016. Currently, we only have exact data for locations in the United States. To improve the accuracy of your fuel cost estimate, you can enter the actual price you pay for gas or petrol at the local pump in the table above.
The following chart displays the difference in total cost of driving given varying fuel grades. If your car requires higher octane gas, you can find out how much more it will cost you to drive between Little Rock, AR and Chicago, IL.
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