Originally Posted by HighlandPete
It is said that a good driver can save up to 35% on fuel, compared to a bad driver, over the same route.
A European study on reducung fuel consumption, concluded the biggest fuel savings could be made by 'driver training' on how to drive for fuel efficiency.
So many variables, but we still read across the forums, magazines, etc., "my car doesn't get the mpg the manufacturer states....", as if there is one rate of consumption.
I still come across folks who don't grasp electrical load uses fuel.
Or a really good driver can use 35% more fuel on a fast run
Originally Posted by MaestroAl
Why I oughta put you over my knee and spank yo' ass. In a purely parental way, you understand, not ... you know ... gay or owt.