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Running on empty

Smooth driving and little use of the accelerator is the way to go to preserve fuel, writes Tony Colley.

29th November, 2008

Smooth driving and little use of the accelerator is the way to go to preserve fuel, writes Tony Colley.

Who remembers the Mad Max movies? The first one arrived in 1979 and a series of sequels followed, which portrayed anarchy in a post-apocalyptic Australia. Everyone had one goal. Oil.

Political structure collapsed and crime reigned as a very realistic and prophetic scenario ensued. Nothing else mattered. Good was again obliged to triumph over evil, with the...

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