Not a single one of these so-called gasoline-saving gadgets out there that delivers what it claims. These products have been thoroughly tested by third party firms and always prove worthless, and some even worsen performance!
It is important to follow your car manufacturer’s servicing recommendations. A vehicle that is well maintained means it will operate with greater efficiency. This not only improves your overall vehicle performance, but it will economy tips as well. Proper maintenance also means using the right octane gas and the recommended grade of motor oil. A fuel with a higher and inappropriate octane rating does not translate to more power. Using the recommended types for your vehicle will give you optimum fuel economy – and can translate to more saving for you.
First, realize that many of these articles and reviews are paid operatives of the Big Oil corporations who are there to crush hope and keep people from finding true alternatives that work.
If there is an obvious delay, switch your engine off. For safety make sure your hand brake is on and you are in neutral. The new BMW does this automatically and is very fuel efficient. Nice and relaxed now, great turn down that air conditioner or better still switch it off and open your window and save yourself 10% when below 45 mph after that the drag factor makes it more efficient to use your air conditioner.
All we want to know is if we can keep our job, salary, and quality of life in the new emerging economic reality that is a worldwide paradigm. If you ask or are wondering about where your job, or that advanced degree fits into Knowledge Aged finans…it is probably too late.
Why can’t the government run the VHA on a budget that operates at a cost per person of $1,956 instead of a cost per person of $5,669 that the VHA operates on today?
So instead of worrying about the Kindle II whose impingement on Audio Rights will not be near as draconian as the impingement on core royalties–the Guild should really be thinking about how to capture the money flowing out the door when everyone really begins downloading books. The bookstores will resemble abandon shopping malls and those great big printing presses will grind to a screeching halt. The Guild might want to get Steven Jobs on board and see if he has any ideas about ways to recapture those downloads flying through the air. The IBOOK might not be that far off.