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Tony is driving across the outback in the middle of the night. He finds that he is running out of gas and might not make it to the next town. He tells Julie, his passenger, that he’s going to turn off the headlights in order to save fuel. She tells him that this is nonsense; the lights are powered with electricity, not gas.
Who is right? Discuss.
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