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I have a 2013 Honda Civic EX Sedan. The ECON mode, from my research and personal experience with my car, does the following: changes the shift pattern of the transmission to maximize mpg by limiting downshifts unless you "floor it", reduces the A/C compressor operation and A/C fan to conserve mpg, changes the throttle response to maximize mpg and adjusts ...


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There is a very simple answer. The friction co-efficient on the paint lines is lower than the pavement. It's pretty common on almost any paint line in any state within the Union. That being said, some road racing governing bodies like the FIM and FIA force circuits to use a particular type of paint with grit in it that has a higher friction co-efficient ...


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There are a number of factors that could contribute to this happening. Improperly inflated tires If your tires aren't inflated correctly for their size and the weight of your vehicle they may not have a proper contact patch with the road. Very Soft (sport) tires Very soft tires are great for gripping a rough surface like concrete or asphalt. They kind ...


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Your tyres are probably way too hard. Either because their "energy savers" or because they're very old and are starting to perish (your first clue is tiny cracks in the side wall and/or little shiny spots).


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The Eco assist is not a placebo and it says nothing vague. It teaches you. "is a fuel efficiency INFORMATION system designed to HELP (teach) you DEVELOP (learn) and MAINTAIN ( continue to use what you learned ) a fuel-efficient driving style. The system MONITORS (gathers data) driving style, and can DISPLAY (shows you the data on the dashboard) the ...



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