that's spot data!!! it's spot data that comprises an average. [and
there's two t's in "spotting", two c's in "chance".]
spot data is is essential to acquire, but seems you don't understand the
concept of interpretation.
education problems? [two m's in "comments", and your computer has a
spell checker.] no, i don't think i have education problems. i have a
problem with idiots that can't do math [or spell] though.
You are correct - all depends on your particular car and you kind of
driving - I gave just two simple examples ilustrating how simple the
math really is - it is good to realize how much you are really saving on
a car with higher gas mileage because the math is really simple
and most of folks out there imagine the savings to be enourmous
when switching from a car which makes 35 to a hybrid and drive
only 10-12k miles a year. Just do the math and make an educated
decision without guessing or wrongly assuming huge savings...
Similar math you can do to justify buying a foreign car requiring premium
gas. Premium from regular is usually only 20-30 cents apart per gallon so
it is relativelly easy to calculate how much more or less you will spend on
gas buying this passat GTX, or audi A6 or you rather stay with honda
accord which is perfectly ok consuming regular unleaded. :-)
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