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martians caused someone to write:
> It was calculated that the difference in mileage can be up to 10%_ enormous
> when you reckon with all those millions of cars driving with lights
> switched on.
this figure (10%) makes no sense at all, or must be an extreme
exception. perhaps the car has several hundred lights attached ?
the impact on petrol consumption must be negligible for the VAST
majority of vehicles, especially in the context of other factors that
impact consumption (driving style, city/highway, etc).
a4qt. driven by ppl who switch their lights ON when they get in the car,
OFF when they get out. whatever the conditions. if this prevents **one**
moron from driving into our precious audi, that's enough to justify the