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123347Re: [toyota-prius] Re: Speaking of Gas Mileage...

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  • Peter Blackford
    May 20, 2013
      Brake lights use much less than headlights, so not a huge deal anyway; also
      most new cars now use LED brake lights (and you can change yours if not
      already fitted), which draw even less. Foot-on-brake also prevents ICE
      from starting unless needed for AC (NHW-11) or to charge a below-min-limit
      HV battery.

      On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 9:05 AM, Edward Bonsell <ebonsell@...>wrote:

      > **
      > Thank you for the response about starting the engine early. How about this
      > one.
      > If you are going to be sitting at a light for a while, sitting there for
      > some time with your foot on the brake and the brake lights on uses a lot of
      > electricity. What about putting it in park with no brake lights on and
      > putting it in drive when you're ready to go? Will it save battery power? I
      > imagine the switch will wear out faster.
      > Ed

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