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Old 08-03-2006, 01:06 PM   #31
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Old 05-18-2008, 07:21 PM   #32
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Yeah, it's crazy how much speed affects your mileage. For those that don't believe, check out http://www.mpgforspeed.com/ It has a calculator that will show you exactly how much you can save.
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Yeah, it's crazy how much speed affects your mileage. For those that don't believe, check out http://www.mpgforspeed.com/ It has a calculator that will show you exactly how much you can save.
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Yeah, this really works. For those that don't believe, check out http://www.slowdowntosavegas.com/ It has a calculator that will show you exactly how much you can save.
Funny how both those sites have the same IP address.
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The problem with the MPH vs MPG thing is that the logical endpoint is the old Soviet Express Card...Don't Leave Home. Fuel burn is minimized at zero speed.

But what is your personal time worth to you?
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The problem with the MPH vs MPG thing is that the logical endpoint is the old Soviet Express Card...Don't Leave Home. Fuel burn is minimized at zero speed.

But what is your personal time worth to you?
Please come on over to this thread to post the same thing:
http://www.gassavers.org/showthread.php?p=101046
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