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These days, everyone wants to know how to save gas and cheapest prices on cialis money. And as usual, we want to know how to do that easily. A fun new toy, the PLX Kiwi, is the solution on how you can get that much closer to being a hypermiler.

Using sophisticated software in an easy plug-n-play device, the Kiwi plugs into your car’s diagnostic port. It then registers driving habits that waste fuel and tells you what you need to do to get better mileage. Smoothness, drag, acceleration and deceleration are all taken into account, and by paying attention to what score the Kiwi gives in these areas, the average user can alter driving habits and notice a 20% improvement in their gas mileage in just a couple days.

Any car newer than 1996 can use the no prescription Kiwi, and even hybrids and alternative fuel cars can become more efficient with the handy gadget. The tiny devise is about the size of a cell phone, and consumes 2 watts of power to operate. Plus, it’s way more sleek looking than the Drivemaster Pro, and the name Kiwi is way more fun.

It looks like using this would make driving so much fun, and a great challenge to see how far you can get a gallon of gas to go. But it also seems like it’d be a little distracting. I’d be so tempted to just watch the screen to see how I’m scoring on green driving, rather than watching the road! But, when you add this to your armory of other gas-saving devices and tricks available, you’re set to real levitra without prescription be a hypermiler!

UPDATE: Cool news! An EcoGeek author is going to be receiving and testing the the best choice online pharmacies Kiwi during the month of August in 4 different cars with 4 different drivers. So stay tuned for reviews on just how well the Kiwi holds up to testing. For now, you'll have to be satisfied with the demo video below from Kiwi.

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Cool But Expensive
written by Proud Human Supremacist, July 10, 2008
I clicked the link and clicked on the "Buy Now" button. They want $299 US (on sale) for this. I have a ScanGuage II that basically does the same thing, just not as pretty, it was only about $170 US. It'd probably take you a while to get your money back from this, maybe if you're driving something really big it would be sooner, but it would still be a while.
Wish I had a newer car
written by The Food Monster, July 11, 2008
My '94 Volvo I imagine won't be able to use this puppy. Sad times. I love being a green driver
written by Brian the Canadian, July 11, 2008
What ever happened to enter site cialis where to buy the cialis capsules vs softabs good old vacuum gauge?
Kiwi is a bird, not a fruit...
written by Craig, July 12, 2008
the proper name for the fruit is Kiwifruit - one word.... i am just saying. like the idea, shouldn't steal the name Kiwi from a culture....
too cute. way too girlly, fruity cute
written by Brian, July 15, 2008
I love the technology in this little thing, but there is no way I would spend $300 on something that looks like it was designed by a 8 year old in art class.
How about on-screen graphics that look like they belong in a $300 piece of equipment, not Microsoft clipart.

Other than that, the graphs and real time data are fantastic. If they would only integrate the more robust onboard diagnostic features that the scanguage has, they might sell me on generic viagra available online pharmacy it.

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