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Old 01-14-2013, 09:08 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by JacobAziza View Post
When personal autos have a co-efficient of drag similar to the most efficient aircraft (0.016, vs 0.35 for a typical modern car - 20 times as much!) then we can speed without getting terrible fuel mileage.

It will still increase the chances of dying in a fiery car crash, though. How many dollars an hour does that translate to?
yeesh... How many fiery crashes do you see?

I would have to say people going way under the posted speed limit in the left lane are far more dangerous than people traveling at or a little above the posted speed limit.

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