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created by MissoulaBicycleHangar 2009-09-28 12:07:07 pm

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On the Freeway try to drive without using your brakes. Look far enough in front to see what traffic is doing so you can adjust your speed without using your brake

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submitted by zbikenut 2009-09-28 12:15:43 pm    


Don't Accelerate hard. Try to never push the gas pedal further than halfway down.

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submitted by Suzie Netten 2009-09-28 12:18:20 pm    

Try to coast on even the slightest downgrade, watch for anyone behind you. Keep windows rolled up, improves wind resistance, especially at freeway speed.

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submitted by FGual 2009-11-07 10:39:32 am    

Keep your tires properly inflated to the manufacture's recommendations. The recommendations will be posted on the sticker on the door or door jam of the driver's side. Poorly inflated tires produce a lot of drag.

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submitted by BrianMReMaxWest 2009-11-11 11:32:27 am    

Ride your bicycle, better for the world, better for your health.

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submitted by MissoulaBicycleHangar 2009-09-28 12:07:07 pm    

Reduce your speed. The faster you go the more gas you use up

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submitted by Rose 2013-11-16 06:13:07 pm    


Slow down. Wind resistance quadruples as your speed doubles. Most cars get their very best gas mileage around 45 mph. Most cars have a big drop in mileage between 70 and 80 mph.

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submitted by MissoulaBicycleHangar 2009-09-28 12:08:54 pm    

Don't accelerate uphill. If you can accelerate on the flats and downhill. Let your car loose a little speed as it goes uphill and then accelerate to your normal speed at the top of the hill.

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submitted by MissoulaBicycleHangar 2009-09-28 12:11:38 pm    

Don't Drive, find a way to put off the trip, hitch with a friend.

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submitted by Rick Imby 2009-09-28 12:21:38 pm    

Get a Tandem Bicycle. Then you can pick up a friend and not have to use your car.

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submitted by Rick Imby 2009-10-01 11:03:32 am    

If you are driving a diesel try adding just a little bit of recycled vegetable oil. Do a little research on your particular vehicle to see if you can burn recycled Vegetable oil and really save on Fuel.

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submitted by Rick Imby 2009-10-11 04:04:17 am    


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