I could understand and agree with those of you who say she is wrong in suing and should expect a mileage variance under different driving conditions, but a 20 mpg difference is entirely too much. Varying by as much as 10 mpg I can see, but 20? That's too much and should be challenged. I hope she wins.
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@Nicky Washida--no I have no connection with Japan. I am glad that all posting here are safe and I hope and pray those who were affected find peace and all the help they need. Japan will not be forgotten, believe me.
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On a lighter note, I must say that to the posters who commented on panic during a little snow or ice--OH MY, you must be so much like my home!! We do EXACTLY the same here in Alabama!!
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I hope and pray all are safe from harm in Japan and that safety and the love of your neighbor and Higher Power embraces you in the days to come. I am from Pleasant Grove, Alabama and a massive tornado destroyed my entire city on April 27. 2011. I lost many friends and loved ones and most of us lost our homes. I say this to let you know I sympathize with all of you as a survivor of a disaster--of course nothing was near as bad as your March 11 earthquake and tsunami, but I just was saying that I know the fear of uncertainty of safety. Please know you are all in our prayers and thoughts.
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