# How Much Fuel Is Used In Us For Landscaping?

According to Yale University, Americans collectively use more than 600 million gallons of gasoline every year just for lawn mowing. Add in the gas used for fertilizing and other yard treatments, and the figure mushrooms to more than 2 billion gallons.

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### How many gallons of fuel does the US use?

In 2020, Americans used about 123 billion gallons of motor gasoline—or about 337 million gallons per day—and about 166 million gallons of aviation gasoline....

State

Million barrels/day

Million gallons/day

Share of total U.S. motor gasoline consumption

 California 0.75 31.64 10%

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### How much gasoline does the average American use?

We put a lot of it in our tanks each year, with American drivers on average using 656 gallons per person.

### Which type of fuel is used most in the US?

Gasoline is the most commonly used U.S. transportation fuel Finished motor gasoline includes petroleum gasoline and fuel ethanol. Fuel ethanol includes ethanol (a biofuel) and petroleum denaturants.

### How much gas does the US use per day?

How much gasoline does the United States consume? In 2020, about 123.49 billion gallons (or about 2.94 billion barrels1) of finished motor gasoline were consumed in the United States, an average of about 337 million gallons per day (or about 8.03 million barrels per day).

### How many gallons of fuel does it take to care for a lawn?

That’s 18 gallons of fuel per household. With 120 million U.S. households, that’s the equivalent of almost 2.2 billion gallons of fuel used just for lawn care each year. This does not count other landscaping activities.

### How much gas should I use on a road trip?

Our gas estimator operates on a very simple premise: Determine the distance you are about to travel. Let's say 295 km. Find out what's your fuel economy. Let's use 8 l/100km.

### How much gas does it take to make one bag of lawn fertilizer?

The amount of natural gas required to make approximately 200 bags of lawn fertilizer would heat your home for a year. Each 40-pound bag contains the fossil-fuel equivalent of approximately 2.5 gallons of gasoline. Transporting these bags of fertilizer from the factory and to your home requires additional fuel.