How to Keep Your Car Cool on the Road article By keeping your car on the roads cool, you are more likely to have a successful trip.
In a new article in the September issue of The Sport Bib, the authors, a team of researchers from the US and Britain, detail the science behind how you can reduce your car’s CO2 footprint.
The team, including researchers from both the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory, tested several methods of reducing the amount of CO2 your car emits while driving.
In one test, they used a car engine to keep the car’s emissions below 0.2mmHg (0.1% of the total CO2 in the atmosphere), which is less than the emissions that an average person exhales on average.
The researchers found that the combination of the engine and a cooling system that kept the car on cool even after the engine had shut down reduced the car emission by more than 40%.
The test was conducted at a maximum temperature of 100C, with the car parked at 80% of its maximum speed, and the car running in the car park for five minutes at a time.
The authors said the results showed that a combination of a cooling and a vehicle cooling system can have a significant impact on reducing your car emissions.
If you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint, the research is important because it provides a strong scientific foundation for future research.
In fact, the researchers say that it could prove crucial for the development of more efficient technologies.
“In the future, this study could be used as a starting point to develop technology to reduce CO2 emissions on the roadside, such as the ability to measure and quantify the vehicle temperature at a very low cost,” they said.
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