tadc at europa.com
Sat Nov 28 13:37:04 PST 2009
People say that it's dangerous but I'm not so sure. With my TDI anyway, I
can stop about 100 times faster than a truck/bus, so as long as I am far
enough back to hit the brakes before I hit the truck, what's the problem?
True that you can't see what's going on up the road, but that's also true
when you're following at a safer distance. Just pay attention to the
truck's brake lights...
On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 2:02 AM, William J Toensing
<toensing at wildblue.net>wrote:
> It is true you can get better mileage BUT this is very dangerous. It is a
> good way to have a rear end collision & this practice is very illegal too.
> When the first generation Honda Insight cam out, one of the car magazines
> got 108 MPG by drafting. I think it was Car & Driver but not sure.
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