Subject: Do cars get better gas mileage on a full tank or a less empty tank
Date: Mon May 9 17:17:07 2005
Posted by Ken Cushing
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Reno State/Province: Nevada
Area of science: Engineering
My wife and I are having a debate. She believes that your gas lasts longer
when your tank is more full (I guess because the needle appears to go down
slower). I believe that a vehicle with an emptier gas tank would get better
gas mileage since you're moving less weight. Is either of us correct?
Re: Do cars get better gas mileage on a full tank or a less empty tank
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