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Cost jake 11-29-03  
Thanks for the feed back im located in south east kansas so going some where else like the east or west coast would be awesome overall speed isnt a big concern cuz we have the summers off so we could take as much time as needed also the time converting it is just more time to hang out, some of my other concerns are, space although a bus is big will it be big enough for 6 people to live in?, and cost again that will make or break our plans what is the best way to be fuel efficent? and are there ways to cut out some of the expince?
Re: cost LonePilot 12-1-03  
If you want to save fuel and cost. The slower you drive the better gas mileage you will get.

Drag from the air is not related linearly to your speed. The resistance increases exponentially with speed. Even driving 5mph slower than normal would greatly decrease the drag on a school bus.
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