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My worry on this is that we cannot put the full 21 gallons in the tank to start with. Due to the damn EPA and that canister, we cannot top it off. Usually, I put between 15 and 17 gallons in mine. That is between 250 and 300 miles. I do not recall ever seeing my low fuel light come on since I bought it. In the winter time, I do not go below 1/3 a tank. In the summer, it is 1/4 tank.
At about 80 miles, I am at the 3/4 mark. At about 175ish miles (depends on highway vs town) I am at the half mark. Then at about the 250ish mark, I am on 1/4 tank.
I know that before I learned of the canister and I would stand there and try to top it off, I could get an extra 1.6 or so gallons in the tank. As a result, I just don't let it go below 1/4 tank.
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