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By Brian HowellDENVER (AP) When it comes to how much your vehicle’s odometer will stay inflated on a highway, you have to take your time.
You need to be able to tell the difference between the “real” mileage you’ve spent, and the inflated mileage you think you’ve paid.
That’s where the new DENVER Traffic Camera System (TACS) comes in.
The system uses sensors on a car’s tires and rearview mirror to record how much the car is driving at various points in time.
The information can then be used to calculate how much fuel is being consumed.
If the car has been idling for more than 20 miles per hour for 20 minutes, it has driven 20 miles, and if the car’s been idled for more the same amount, it’s been idle for 10 minutes.
The average average speed of a vehicle on the road today is about 23 miles per day, but if you average out all the times that a vehicle has been driven over a certain distance, you can tell how much its being idled.
That number is then multiplied by the amount of fuel being consumed to determine the average fuel consumption of a typical vehicle.
For example, if a vehicle is idling at 15 mph and consumes 20 gallons of fuel per mile, that’s a factor of five of the average speed it’s idling.
Drivers can choose to have their vehicle’s driving recorded, or have it recorded only when it’s going 65 mph or faster.
When it’s the latter, drivers can use the data to determine if the vehicle is idle, or is going fast enough to be idling, and to see how far that speed would take the vehicle.
A vehicle can also be tracked with the system by the driver.
If a driver is going 35 mph or more on the highway, and is traveling at 65 mph, the system will be able tell whether that vehicle is moving at a safe speed or not.
Driving the vehicle will not automatically increase your odometer reading.
You’ll have to manually enter the odometer information.
There is also a cost to enter the vehicle’s mileage and fuel consumption information into the system.
The system can record odometer readings from a wide range of vehicles, but it is more accurate if the driver is behind the wheel.
The most efficient way to save fuel is to avoid idling during rush hour periods, which typically occur around the time traffic lights change and drivers are heading into and out of rush hour lanes.
If you’re going to drive in rush hour traffic, you want to minimize the amount you spend idling as much as possible.
The less you spend on idling in rush hours, the more fuel you’ll save.
While the system does work in conjunction with some other traffic-monitoring programs, it does not replace them.
Instead, it can help you to identify situations that can limit your fuel consumption while also reducing congestion.
The TACS is not a replacement for the vehicle itself.
The new system only uses a few miles of highway every day to record the vehicle and monitor the vehicle to determine its optimal speed and fuel use.
The technology will also help you determine if you have the right equipment for the job.
A typical TACs vehicle includes sensors for braking and stopping, and sensors for air bags and a head-up display to show how much of a crash your vehicle is in.
However, the TAC System doesn’t include air bags.
If you have an airbag, it will need to go into the air bag and be tested before being installed.
It will also need to test before it can be used on the vehicle, so it will be tested after it has been installed on the car.
If your car doesn’t have airbags, the airbag will need a different system to function properly.
A car’s odometers are stored in a separate unit, and they’re read by sensors that are installed on both sides of the windshield.
The sensors record a variety of data, including fuel consumption, speed, road type, and other information.
If a driver has already been idly driving the vehicle for a few hours and then decides to spend an extra hour on the freeway, the sensors will record the time the vehicle has spent idling and how long it has traveled.
If that time is more than an hour, it indicates that the vehicle should be turned off to avoid further idling on the same stretch of highway.
The data that the sensors capture is then combined with the data that’s already been recorded by the vehicle with the airbags to create a map of how much time it’s spent idled on the roadway.
The sensor data is used to determine how much a driver spends idling while traveling at higher speeds, and how much it costs to drive idling over the same distance.
If this information is available, drivers should slow down or stop.
In a rush hour situation, if the data