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Old 03-31-2012, 03:40 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Unless it's really gusting I don't really pay attention under the logic (?) that the MPG gained with a tailwind will be lost with a headwind, averaging the entire trip anyway. Is this true? If there is a 20mph wind going south and I drive north to the store at 50mph and back south at 50mph, wouldn't it be roughly the same average MPG as going 40mph up and 60mph back?
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I cannot get the spot out but it's okay; It still works in the store
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