Comment 67896

By Henry and Joe (anonymous) | Posted August 11, 2011 at 22:25:23

^Quite. The U.S. has been the largest consumer of gasoline as a result of poor planning and an extreme aversion to conservation. However, Khazoom-Brookes posutlate tell us that as fuel efficiency improves, we paradoxically consume more fuel. The average U.S. driver once drove 9000 miles/annum, and after years of slow improvement to fuel efficiency, that number crept up to 12 000 miles/a.

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