You know how your car will tell you how many miles you have left before you completely run out of gas. Well it turns out that's not exactly true they definitely factor in some sort of leeway grace period. When it comes to fuel capacity and people's ability to remedy an individuals need for such fuels. But I wonder, is there a predetermined amount of fuel that should still be remaining when that gauge hits zero? What is the consensus as to idiot mileage for Americans? Does it change from country to country? Does everyone in Sweden always refill before that bad boy hits zero? And how did they arrive at this number? that's the important question. now lets get some jerky and gum.