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September 16, 2011

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FloraOwen28

One acknowledges that modern life is not cheap, however different people require money for various stuff and not every person earns enough cash. Hence to receive some credit loans and car loan will be a proper way out.

Kunstgras

Which engineers have you contacted? Always thought shifting to lower gears would have a positive impact on my gas milage.

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IMHO, shifting to a lower gear and using engine breaking to control speed while going downhill is a safer way since the engine (thus the car) speed is limited. However, I think it would be more stressful to the car engine as it now has to run faster momentarily while the engine is being engaged with the drive train with a higher speed going downhill.

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