Published on January 24th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan14
Hypermiling — Doin’ It Yet?
January 24th, 2013 by Zachary Shahan
We’ve featured hypermiling and hypermilers once or twice over the years (well, actually, just once as far as I can tell). Upon reflection, I think we should really give this topic a bit more attention. Luckily, sister site sustainablog just had a story on hypermiling, and we can re-start our hypermiling coverage with a repost of that piece. Here it is:
Hypermiling: the (Not So) Crazy Things Some Will Do for Better Gas Mileage (via sustainablog)
Hypermiling is a relatively recent term––one that has only been around since the early 2000s––focused on finding ways to squeeze the maximum fuel efficiency out of vehicles, provoked by rising fuel costs and environmental concerns. It combines methods first developed during WWII petrol rationing…
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