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            LIVING GREEN - Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Good morning, 

Have you ever thought about the fact that you probably spend 
less time sitting in traffic if you only have to make right 
turns to get where you're going instead of left turns? 

Probably not if you only drive a dozen hours a week, but if 
you drive 30 million miles, like UPS does, these little 
tricks really add up. 

Scroll down to find out how you can make this gas-saving 
trick work for you!

Thanks for reading, 

Your Living Green editor 


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* It may sound strange, but after years of research, UPS 
discovered that when its trucks made mostly right turns, it 
actually delivered better gas mileage.

* Instead of wasting gas sitting in traffic, avoiding left 
turns keeps trucks moving and drivers have found they make 
deliveries faster by going right. It's also good news for 
UPS' bottom line. By turning right, the company says it saved 
over 3.3 million gallons of gasoline in 2007 alone.

* You can use the UPS strategy to save gas by planning your 
route. Think about the best way to get around when running 

* Make a list of what you need to do so when you run your 
errands they take you in a mostly right-hand circle so you 
don't end up going to the hardware or grocery store five 
times in a day. 


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