gas mileage

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Noun1.gas mileage - the ratio of the number of miles traveled to the number of gallons of gasoline burnedgas mileage - the ratio of the number of miles traveled to the number of gallons of gasoline burned
ratio - the relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient)
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Furthermore, extra weight means the engine has to work harder to move the car, which also reduces your gas mileage. Don't carry around items you don't need.
Lucky for me, that surcharge on gas hadn't increased since 1990, and I now drive a car that gets much better gas mileage than the one I drove 19 years ago, so I got by on the cheap.
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Removing excess weight from your vehicle can improve your gas mileage. In fact, carrying around an extra 100lbs of weight can cost you an additional 2 cents per gallon.
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The report mentioned that Bolian researched cars, routes, moon phases, traffic patterns, equipment, gas mileage and modifications, adding that he started preparing for the race 18 months ago and added two 22-gallon tanks in the trunk of the car, which had a gas tank of only 23 gallons, to up his range to about 800 miles.
A growing number of consumers are buying minivehicles, which are cheaper and have good gas mileage.
consumers to buy tires that will enable cars to get better gas mileage, and to take better care of them to cut down on tire-related crashes.