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Old 12-25-2006, 07:55 AM   #1
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Happy holiday of choice!

Happy Holidays from GasSavers. May you receive higher gas mileage this year!
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Old 12-26-2006, 11:52 AM   #2
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Presents to myself - a TomTom Go510
Present from Brother in law - Lucas upper cylinder lube and injector cleaner/Fuel conditioner and RainX

1 hour 5 minute trip to my Sisters 48.5mpg
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Old 12-26-2006, 06:50 PM   #3
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Presents to myself - a TomTom Go510
Present from Brother in law - Lucas upper cylinder lube and injector cleaner/Fuel conditioner and RainX
Lol, it's amazing that our cars get treated with Christmas presents too. My mom gave the Geo a DC to AC converter for the cigarette lighter:
Attachment 121 Now I can just leave my MP3 player on it's charging dock instead of having the battery die in the middle of a trip (so annoying!). The AC outlet is only 175 watts, so it's not like I can do what Homer Simpson did to his car (although there is a 3000 watt edition that sells for $500 Canadian currency)

What else did other Gassavers member's cars get this holiday?
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lisa got a scangauge2 and a mr. clean self carwash.
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A new battery and a windshield for my Triumph GT6. If I get it legally registered over Christmas break and start driving it as a commuter, a friend and I are SO going hooning in this thing! We've had it out before, but paranoia was very high. While it may theoretically be capable of outrunning the cops(exception: helicopter), we weren't wanting to try it.
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Man if only TomTom would know where the stop signs were - seems to pick some weird routes! You don't ever want to enter an address to go to while driving either.
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