Ran Out Of Gas
I've owned my Taurus for 6+ years, and never ran out of gas until today! I had to add 16.9 gallons (including the 2.15 gallons I hiked back with). Based on this I would guess that you wouldn't want to go more than 35 miles unless you are going downhill!
The tank has 18 gal capacity so there was little over a gallon is left in the tank.
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Each company vaeris, and I know there is a bigger push to keep kids on insurance longer, but thats because kids are in college longer. Once they are no longer full time students they can not be on your insurance. I just recently graduated and haven't gotten a full time job so I have no insurance. My parents insurance would cover me until I was 26 if I was a full time student. Im not aware of any company that would vary from this, but I would contact either a benefit administrator or HR person at your company or with the insurance company directly to get more details.