How far can a semi truck drive with a full tank?

Traditional semi-trucks primarily burn diesel fuel, and the distance they can travel before

needing to refuel depends on a number of variables, including the size of the fuel tank,

the size of the engine, the vehicle's aerodynamics, and the weight of the load they are hauling.

A conventional diesel-powered semi-truck can typically go between 600 and 800 miles on a single tank.

However, this can vary significantly, and it might be less if

the truck is fully laden or moving through a mountainous or hilly area.

The Tesla Semi, in contrast, is an electric vehicle without a conventional fuel tank.

Instead, the truck's electric motors are driven by a high-capacity battery pack.

Tesla claims that the Semi can go up to 500 miles on a single charge, which is considerably less than

the range of a conventional semi-truck fuelled by diesel.

Tesla Semi can, however, add up to 400 miles of range in just 30 minutes thanks to its Megacharger high-speed charger,

which enables the truck to get back on the road as soon as possible.

Depending on the needs of the load, the Tesla Semi's range can be be increased by integrating extra battery packs.