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I do not mean to be rude, however, that is not terribly interesting at
all, indeed it is to be expected.  Generally speaking, 55 MPH is the
most efficient speed, hence the lowering (or in some cases, setting)
of the Interstate speed limit to 55 MPH during the oil crisis three
decades ago.

--Matt K.


On 5/12/05, Henry Barboza <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>[snip] Interestingly, driving on the higway at 70
> MPH also gets me 25 MPG, while driving faster then that results in worse MPG and
> driving slightly slower results in better MPG (drove most of the way home from
> Stowe one weekend at about 60 MPH during a snowstorm and got about 27/28 MPG on
> that trip).

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