Discussion in 'Canadian Truckers Forum' started by Brucesmith, Nov 6, 2020.
Now just imagine what your MPG could be if you ran 58-60 mph.
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I’m not gonna be that guy driving 10-15 mph below speed limit on an interstate. And being on elogs, there is a balance between fuel mileage and time management. Most days I run 65. But some days, it’s gotta go.
I guess I'm "that guy" lol. I always run around 60 mph and keep right.Never saw any reason to run faster even in the higher speed limit states.
In no way am I judging how anyone runs........but are you on elogs?
Yes for several years now.Nothing really changed for me anyways.
Only reason I asked was your pic. Thought it might be pre2000
Mine is 2002 but we have a few pre 2000 that are on elog.Company policy even though not required by law.
Which power plant?