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* 1. Idling wastes fuel and money and impacts the environment.

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* 2. With the advanced emissions technology used in today's vehicles, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from an idling vehicle are greatly reduced.

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* 3. Idling contributes to the climate change problem.

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* 4. In the winter, the best way to warm up a vehicle is to drive it.

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* 5. Using a block heater helps an engine warm up quickly, which means less fuel consumption.

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* 6. Idling warms up the entire vehicle.

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* 7. Idling for over 10 seconds uses more fuel (and produces more CO2) than restarting your engine.

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* 8. I should turn my vehicle off when I'm caught either in stop-and-go traffic or at a long stoplight.

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* 9. Idling is a problem only in winter.

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* 10. Making sure it's safe to drive the vehicle away is more important than reducing idling time

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* 11. If you are going to be stopped for more than 60 seconds, turning the engine off saves money.

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* 12. A poorly tuned engine, whether you're driving a vehicle down the road or letting it idle, uses up to 15 percent more fuel than a well-tuned vehicle.

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* 13. How concerned are you about air pollution?

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* 14. How often do you idle your vehicle on an average day?

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* 15. For what duration do you typically idle your vehicle?

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* 16. How willing are you to change your lifestyle to reduce the damage you cause to the environment?

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