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Old 08-06-2012, 11:08 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by GRU View Post
If someone is going to compaire the 2 techniques then they also need to change the driving style...example: if you start to coast in neutral at the same point of the road where you would when in gear then you are actualy using more fuel, so in order to use less fuel you can, and need to start coasting in neutral earlier than you would when in gear...
Its hard to explain but im just trying to create a scenario where someone is aproaching a stop sign or a red light
Yeah, if I drive "normal" I would let off the gas about a quarter mile out, in neutral it would be more like a mile out.

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