From the data collected, we can see that there is a huge difference between various families in the rates of consuming fuel even though they might be facing similar conditions or having some lifestyles.
Let's consider first person Ram, he doesn’t have any vehicle of his own and hence he only spends on fuel for cooking purposes.
In case of Shyam, he uses a smaller vehicle which causes him to pay 300 on fuel other than cooking.
Where comes the important point of discussion is a case of Ramesh and Suresh. Both have same lifestyles and resources but still, there is a huge difference in their expenses towards fuel. The reason is that Suresh though having a car himself does use car pooling which not only saves his money but also helping in reducing pollution along with saving of fuel.
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