Tracking Your MPG

I’ve been playing around with creating an online tool to keep a track of my car’s MPG, and then eventually turning it into a full blown webapp for anyone. Apparently I’m too late..

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4 Responses to “Tracking Your MPG”

  1. 1 wei July 30, 2007 at 5:44 pm

    looking at the website it doesnt really tell you a whole lot about what the website does. i guess it’s only function is to just track mpg?

  2. 2 Pete Skomoroch August 6, 2007 at 12:19 am


    You can do better than that site… just add some hardware hacking skills and mix well. You can modify an OBD-II reader/logger to read the raw data (maybe add a usb/bluetooth + flash drive and stick on a keychain?), then use python to pull the data into your site… if you can make the hardware cheap enough you can sell it on the site too.


  3. 3 Pete Skomoroch August 6, 2007 at 12:21 am

    This might be relevant as well:

    Vehicle Calculator

    This calculator allows you to compare your vehicle with our fleet and the average vehicle in the US.
    Select your state, enter your car’s MPG, and press “Calculate” to see how your car stacks up to various alternatives.

  4. 4 Pete August 8, 2008 at 1:32 pm

    “Fuelly is a site that lets you track, share, and compare your gas mileage. Simply sign up, add a car, and begin tracking your mileage.

    By recording and analyzing your mileage, you can see how much money you can save with small driving changes. You can also see how your mileage compares with EPA estimates and the mileage of other drivers using Fuelly. Tips and a discussion forum also offer ways to save. The site is free to use, so sign up to start tracking your miles today.”

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