I've found my conversion application if anyone wants it. It's 538KB in size,
freeware. Very handy tool for these things.
Unfortunately, the only thing it doesn't convert is mpg to lpk (or whatever
you others use to measure fuel consumption). It will convert miles to km and
gallons (US or UK) to liters.
>This is going to be tricky! You mention buying fuel by the litre, and
>driving almost 1000 miles a month. So, how should we express the expected
>fuel mileage when we in America buy fuel in smaller-than-Imperial gallons
>rather than litres (which would probably be liters if we were to buy in
>them) and, if you ask the Texans, drive longer miles than most normal human
>Anyway, if you are prepared to do the math, in our shop we generally reckon
>that a well-tuned, stock B will average 22 miles per US gallon around town,
>or 27 mpg cruising on the highway at reasonable speeds.