I was going back and forth to different manufacturer's Web sites looking at
fuel economy stats... then I found www.storydata.com, and clicked on the
picture of the Honda Insight. They have a really cool applet that lets you
compare fuel economy in every car tested by the Department of Energy. With
gas prices at an all time high, it really pays to compare, and this web site
makes it real easy.
You also have to look at the cost of the fuel. The cost of fueling a 26 mpg
car is not that much more than fueling a car that gets 30 mpg. It is about
$150 per year. Of course, that does not include the cost of us protecting
the middle east or the environmental cost of the fuel.
You brought it up... so let me just chime in.
We spend that money there so that we DONT have to spend it HERE... rebuilding
after more 9/11 reprises.
Seems odd how fast people forget that the radicals have been attacking us,
here and abroad, for 15 years
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