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You know the calculation: number of miles on your trip odometer divided by your tank capacity. Mileage monitors claim to one-up such simple estimates with real-time feedback. Are such monitors really accurate, and does it even matter if they are?
By Julia Layton
Turn left, now. If you weren't paying attention, that helpful command from your GPS device's faulty navigation might route you right into a lake, down a dead-end road or into oncoming traffic. GPS isn't the infallible autopilot some would take it to