25 Mar 2009 12:03:17
Hypermiling - beat your car's own fuel efficiency figures
Hypermiling is a driving practice that aims to beat the official fuel efficiency figures for your car. Basically, it involves avoiding sharp acceleration and braking, maintaining momentum and avoiding stopping (e.g. by anticipating traffic light changes).
Even Jeremy Clarkson's a fan:
15 May 2009
add an HOD hydrogen cell and it will be even higher! www.hydrogenhybrids.uk.com
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