But this is about frugality. On that side, I don't know as much, though I've spent very little maintaining my car.
The three big things that will save you gas are:
- 1. Dodging wind resistance
2. Knowing your route
3. Accelerating without flooring it
KlfJoat wrote:Of course, this topic requires me to link the article about the guy JD posted in March.
http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog/2007/ ... the-world/
And then there's an article from HowStuffWorks:
http://auto.howstuffworks.com/how-to-dr ... ically.htm
That's exactly what I'm looking for. (Now I just gotta arrange to have one brought across the border to me here in Canuckistan.)
One question, in your write-up you mention "calibrating" the device for the different vehicles you've used it on. What does this calibration procedure entail?
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