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13 December 2011

Tame your inner roadhog

Aggressive driving wastes fuel, risks lives and ups everybody's stress levels. Calm, sane, smooth driving improves your mileage.

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The road is no place to vent anger and frustration - or to indulge Formula 1 fantasies.

Aggressive driving - speeding, rapid acceleration and sudden braking - wastes fuel, risks lives and raises everybody's stress levels.

Calm, sane, smooth driving improves your mileage from about 5% around town to 30% or better on the highway.

- Olivia Rose-Innes, EnviroHealth Editor, Health24, July 2011 

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