its a good deal enough said but it still uses fuel
Not in a fuel-injected engine.
It's literally a quick google search. "braking doesn't reduce fuel efficiency -- it's the need to brake that is indicative of maintaining too much speed which is what reduces fuel efficiency. Downshifting to shed speed is no more efficient of fuel than braking." Braking itself doesn't "waste fuel" or really "use fuel", it just converts your potential kinetic energy into heat. Upon actually accelerating and reaching the speed is where the fuel was "wasted". You don't actually use extra fuel to slow down, you just lose out on the potential distance you would have covered had you not sharply braked. Your previous argument of just linking an article is also pretty ass, at least quote or reference a specific section in it... (skeptical) (annoyed) Edited a sentence to make more sense.
My Uncle Has The TwinAir Fiat 500 which is Nothing Compared to this, but jesus christ I have never been so terrified in my life sitting in that thing (shock)
its the same either way .....dont listen to the fools