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By DAMON LAWRENCE
In this day of record high gas prices, drivers are really looking to save.
One way is to drive slower.
“It’s not a myth,” said David Clifton of David Clifton Chevrolet-Buick-Pontiac in Rock-wood. “If you cut down on your speed, it will increase your gas mileage.”
Whether drivers are doing it is not exactly clear.
The number of speeding tickets issued by the Tennessee Highway Patrol was down over the first five months of 2008.
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