#1
Do gas guzzlers still spew out as much exhaust in the smaller distance they travel or a smaller amount since they don't go far.

I've always wondered that. Does anyone here know
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#2
If I understood correctly, you'll spend less gaz/mile if you drive on the highway than in a city.
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#3
i think the amount of exhaust is constant for the amount of gas used. if you use more gas, you put out more exhaust. that said, im sure it varies from car to car.
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#4
Oh, yeah that's true.

But I was asking about the amount of exhaust that it gives off in the less miles it can do.

edit: i was reffering to JeanMi36

but oh ok then.
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#5
I have a moped that gets 100 + MPG but pollutes as much as like twenty mack trucks combined.

It's great.

I can stick it to Gas Companies and Hippies all at once
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I have a moped that gets 100 + MPG but pollutes as much as like twenty mack trucks combined.

It's great.

I can stick it to Gas Companies and Hippies all at once

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#7
Exhaust content depends on many things. Not least the volumetric efficiency of each cylinder, how well maintained the engine is, how warm/cold it is, how you drive, constant speed v stop-start driving, whether it's got an auto or manual gearbox behind it.
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Two things I know tho: 1) Hybrids/'green' cars are mostly bull.
2) I once got 75mpg from my VW Passat. Admittedly, it was being towed home by an AA van, with the engine off, but I'll overlook that.
#8
it depends on the vehicle

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