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“If you cold-start a car and drive just 1.5 miles, the emissions are much higher than tacking 1.5 miles onto your trip home from the office.”
“As he reached for the cold-start switch, he heard the pop-fizz of melted metal striking the outer hull.”
“Reports suggest the Volt can make it through the EPA test cycle — which from 2008 includes high-speed running, air-conditioning load, and cold-start tests in addition to the city and highway cycles — with the internal-combustion engine running about 15% of the time.”
“In fact, making several cold-start trips, say, to the store, the dry cleaners and the babysitter, will consume twice as much fuel than if you combine errands and make them all in one run, according to FuelEconomy. gov.”
“The fuel cell in the Hygenius is about 40 percent more compact than in previous models and is notable for its good cold-start characteristics.”
““Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock figured out how to intermix our stocks of matter and antimatter, and cold-start the engines.””
“That he came up with an intermix formula, and a cold-start procedure for the engines?”
“It also reduces cold-start emissions by 25 per cent.”
“With a cold start of 21 seconds in open sky conditions with the uBlox 5 module, testing has confirmed that the AP35. a cuts up to five seconds off the market cold-start performance of Taoglas 'existing antenna the AP. 25B.”
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