No matter how long you wait, a second (or whatever it is) will make it a second (or whatever it is) closer. I would prefer not to have that.
I am referring to a left turn onto a highway. We (wife and I) have to do this every day when leaving the house. Left turn onto a 55 mph speed limit highway...
Are you trying to be funny?
Anyway, when I tried keeping the car running that way on a test drive, it wasn't all that easy. I would not be surprised if the sensitivity of this varies from car to car. There wasn't much between the car rolling forward or shutting off. Not sure this will be all...
Besides mpg and saving the planet, I don't like start stop and would prefer to be able to turn it if when I feel like it.
Just pointing that out again, I may have said it a few pages earlier in this thread.
Weird how everybody is all over supporting to save a half teaspoon of gas with start/stop to save the planet, but the environmental impact isn't discussed much in the turbo vs non turbo thread. Thats where the impact is gallons, not teaspoons. Weird. Go figure .... :oops: