What burns more gas, turning a car off for five minutes and restarting it or letting it idle for five minutes?
It takes less gas to turn the care off and back on again. If you're stationary for more than a couple of minutes, shut it off, and save gas. This tip also applies to warming up the car. Unless it's below freezing, cars don't need to be warmed up.
What uses more gas, running the car engine for five minutes or turning the engine off then on?
Is it true that if your only gonna get out of your car for less than five minutes you should leave it running to save gas from turning it off and back on?
Do I save more gas leaving the car running in park for 10 minutes or turning it off then back on?
What uses more gas letting your car idle for 5 minutes or turning it off and back on?
Does it waste more gas letting your car idle or turning it off and on?
How long does it take before turning your CAR off saves more gas than letting it idle?
What uses more gas in your car- letting it run 4 a few minutes or turning it off?
Do you save more gas by keeping your car running for 5 minutes or turn it off and start it back up after 5 minutes?
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