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Old 01-30-2008, 02:41 PM
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one mirror better mileage??

Remember back in the day when cars use to come without a passenger
side mirror you had to save a few mpg over the life of the car since
it was that much less drag!! If you didn't happen to crash into someone
when changing lanes.
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That's like deleting the "cigar lighter" for anti-smoking reasons. That inexpensive, useful power point becomes an option and a profit center.
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Why are trucks getting bigger these days?
I remember the tiny car movement in the 70s, now what?
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Why are trucks getting bigger these days?
I remember the tiny car movement in the 70s, now what?
If gas stays as high as it is now, those days will be back...
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I think its already here, with the Prius and Honda's yugo size car that is fresh off the line.
dam there small. but they are taller than my CRX I drive from time to time.
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