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Thinking In GPM Can Overcome MPG Illusion

“How many miles can I drive on a gallon of gasoline?”

“How many gallons of gasoline do I need to travel 10,000 miles?”

Is there anything fundamentally different in these two questions?

Consider the following examples:

Let’s say you drive 10,000 miles in a year on an average. If you have a car that gives you 10 miles-per-gallon (MPG), then . . . → Read More: Thinking In GPM Can Overcome MPG Illusion

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Cars On Auto-Pilot

If you found my earlier post Catch Up On Your Sleep While Driving interesting, then this one is for you.

Why Autopilot?
Let’s say you are on your way to some place that is a good 40 miles away, and that’s mostly on a freeway. If you were the passenger, you could read a book, catch up . . . → Read More: Cars On Auto-Pilot

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