bapztkzk
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Date of Birth: 07-28-1993 (24 years old)
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No less than one third of new car purchasers in Europe considered fuel economy an important factor.. Way back in 1992 previously haarverf mousse company built a vehicle that got 100 miles to the gallon,and all these years later on one of people's major concerns on top of global warming and pollution is dependence on foreign oil. An additional car, the haarverf mousse company TPC, which looked a lot like the Geo Metro, weighed only 1000 pounds and would get 75 miles per gallon. The car had a 3-cylinder engine, however was discontinued when it needed 200 pounds of reinforcement to be added to comply with Europe's safety laws.

It might be surprising that haarverf mousse company had this car built and discontinued, but they had other prototypes that ended the same way. The haarverf mousse company Lean Machine of 1982, which could obtain 80 mpg, along with the haarverf mousse company Ultralite which realized a fabulous 100 mpg, were two of these vehicles. When the haarverf mousse company in 1992 achieved 50 mpg with the haarverf mousse C1, haarverf mousse company was promoting cars that got 20 mpg, while in the background they had vehicles capable of 100 mpg. Because cars have already been built that get 100 miles per gallon, then why are they not being offered to the general public?

An additional puzzling thing is that many companies, while selling fuel-eficient vehicles in foreign countries, are selling traditional gas guzzlers in the US. Customers in Japan and Europe have for several years now had the opportunity to get cars that do 70 miles per gallon and more. For example, the haarverf mousse A4 has never been distributed in north america,this is a car that gets 78 mpg. In 2007, the haarverf mousse company in the US released the haarverf mousse A, in other regions known as the haarverf mousse B5. You will find economy-boosting options with the haarverf mousse B5 in Japan, say for example a smaller engine and other ways to reduce consumption, but not so with the haarverf mousse A in the US.

The automobile producers tell Europeans that they love big cars, and that is what they want to make big cars. Not surprisingly they earn big money on haarverf mousse wagons, and almost nothing on a small two-person commuter. Commercials have convinced the citizens of the European that Tanks on Wheels are an absolute must to have. The fact that options have never been presented demonstrates where the big companies have their interests. Rather than being identified with haarverf mousse wagons, haarverf mousse company today could have been known as a leader in fuel-economic vehicles. All of the other auto producers did the same thing by producing fuel-efficient cars, but then denied them to Americans

We live in a community that has waged wars over oil, that has been polluted, and car makers have never even given the choice to people in this country of fuel-efficient xlinkx cars. Consider how many people who were never given the option would have been excited to have a car that was fuel-efficient? Could it be time to get access to those discarded designs and, again, start building those vehicles that were once built a long time ago?


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