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    Everything is on the rise....except our salaries.

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    wow!! Really really rising~~~
    siong ah!
    to think i'm pumping vpower..must change liao
    Quote Originally Posted by Fei Miao
    (92UL)$1.702
    (95UL)$1.734
    (98UL)$1.817

    ...looks like these figures are on the rise again...

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    i changed long ago.. v-power is only for the v-rich now..hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny
    Everything is on the rise....except our salaries.

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    Yes......very unfortunate
    Something about the water & the fishes that calms me down.

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    Bo bian...what to do!

    - Lesser the pressure on the accelerator loh.
    - Less frequent braking (Don't tail gate to close to the car in front will result in lesser braking and acceleration, car travel at constant thus more energy saving)
    - Don't drive pass rpm of 3k, below should be fine.
    - Don't carry unnessary weight on board, bottles and bottles car shampoo lah, wax , etc you know what i meant...... Not asking you to strip naked and drive kekeekekek!

    Lastly, aircon!
    If you can..best do off it. Especially in the morning when the air is cool, don't really need it right. Just switch the control to inlet for outside air vent. But saving can only be done if the windows are closed, not down. Air resistance will only result in drag...waste more fuel!


    Best is still don't drive take the pubilc transport.....! Save a couple of bucks .....! more money for planted stuff kekekeke!

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    Actually, Shell published a 10 tips for fuel efficiency earlier. Does anyone have it?

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    Benny, here it is

    http://www.shell.com/home/Framework?..._17012006.html

    IT's a top 20 list, dunno whether isit the same list you are refering
    Quote Originally Posted by benny
    Actually, Shell published a 10 tips for fuel efficiency earlier. Does anyone have it?

    Cheers,

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    Shell Singapore version:

    http://www.shell.com/home/Framework?...tips_0728.html

    For me, I just use the fuel with octance according to the specs of my car (min RON91). There is no or minimal benefit in using octane number higher than required.

    BC

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    Quote Originally Posted by bclee
    Shell Singapore version:

    http://www.shell.com/home/Framework?...tips_0728.html

    For me, I just use the fuel with octance according to the specs of my car (min RON91). There is no or minimal benefit in using octane number higher than required.

    BC
    yup. that should be the case. however, a lot of motorist are using higher octane fuel than needed.
    thomas liew

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