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When the fuel tank alarm is on, there is generally about one-tenth of the fuel left in the fuel tank. These fuels can generally travel about 50 kilometers for a car under normal conditions. Of course, for most cars, the mileage traveled is generally related to road conditions. If there is a traffic jam in the city, the fuel consumption will increase a lot compared to usual, so this "about 50 kilometers" is here. Not so effective anymore. But if you reduce the practice of sudden braking and slamming the accelerator, it should be similar. If you are at high speed, it is very likely to run to 50 to 100 kilometers. This mileage has a certain relationship with your speed and the fuel efficiency of the car. Here is just a data that is more in line with most cars. So under what circumstances does the oil gauge light up? Now the method of measuring the amount of oil remaining is generally transmitted through the liquid level sensor. In short, there is a floating ball in the oil tank. When there is a lot of oil, it can be floated to transmit the liquid level. , the buoyancy also gradually decreases. When the oil in the fuel tank is fast and playing, the buoyancy disappears, and the information will be transmitted to the sensor to realize the function of lighting reminder. Therefore, if you find that your fuel gauge warns that the oil is insufficient, you must drive carefully, minimize the occurrence of sudden braking, and then quickly find a nearby gas station to refuel.