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Best way to see any change is at the pump. There are too many variables in how you drive, that instantaneous mpg readings can be severely misleading, even if accurate. Traffic, weather, slope, acceleration, deceleration, weight, barometric pressure... The list goes on. Pumps readings will give you a better average, and logging your pumps readings will give you long term variations.
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