Engine optimization is an extremely important part of the performance of your car.
And, it’s even more important if you drive a high-performance vehicle.
A new study has found that if you’re a fan of driving in traffic, you’ll enjoy driving in congested environments and can achieve higher speeds.
The research was conducted by an Ohio State University team and has been published in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
“We used an online vehicle-imaging platform to measure the driving performance of four different vehicles,” said lead author Joshua Tresler, a PhD candidate in the University of Ohio’s Department of Automotive Engineering.
“The vehicle data were acquired using a mobile device.
The vehicle speed, acceleration and braking were recorded and then converted into vehicle driving times.
The results show that for optimal driving, we recommend a higher speed for every type of road.
This is especially true for fast-moving roads and in areas with a lot of traffic.”
The team also compared the driving speeds of different types of traffic.
They found that a higher-speed vehicle was more efficient for a given speed of vehicle.
The study also looked at the overall driving experience of the vehicles.
“This study is one of the first to examine the effect of different driving modes on vehicle driving speeds and acceleration,” Trester said.
“If you’re looking to drive faster on a city street, a faster-than-normal vehicle is probably better for you.
However, it could be beneficial for driving slower on a country road.”
While the study focused on urban traffic, the findings also apply to rural and suburban areas.
“Our results suggest that vehicle driving is best optimized when traffic is light, as opposed to a busy road,” Tesler said.
You can read the full study on the study website.