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That should be acurate to about a few miles, it take the average miles per gallon to find its reading, a good test would be to put a gallon of gas in the car and drive until it tells you you have 2 miles left and then go get gas, this way if you run out you will be able to put gas in, i think this would be a good way to test the system. good day.
it's not dangerous to the point you will not be able to stop how ever the longer you wait to replace the pads the more damage it will cause to the rotor which will cost more to replace. the sonner you replace the pads the less expensive it will be.
Have a look at your registration document, it will show you exact engine size, most probably 1796 cc.When people desctribe the engine size, it is generally approximated to the nearest hundred.
So 1796 cc is generally described as being 1800 cc or in litres 1.8 litres.