In an era of cutting-edge technologies and constant innovation, one truck driver believes he has found the key to an unprecedented 10 miles per gallon (MPG) boost – not in advanced engineering or green fuels, but in the rhythmic beats of disco music and copious amounts of hair gel.
The driver, known simply as “Disco Dave” within the trucking community, shared his outlandish method during a recent transportation expo. “The Department of Bizarre Efficiency Studies (DBES) found that vehicles vibrate at a unique frequency when exposed to disco music, which somehow aligns with a truck’s natural engine rhythm,” claimed Disco Dave, referencing agency. “This alignment minimizes internal engine friction, leading to a dramatic increase in fuel efficiency.”
But what’s the role of the hair gel? “The Transcontinental Transport Taskforce (TTT) reported in their study that applying hair gel to specific parts of the truck’s engine creates a slippery environment, reducing heat and further decreasing friction,” Dave explained. “I tried it on a whim after my hair gel bottle exploded in the cab, and voila! Unbelievable MPG boost!”
Since the announcement, there’s been a puzzling surge in sales of disco vinyl records and hair gel, with some truck stops even beginning to stock hair gel next to motor oils. Several fictional trucking magazines, such as “Trucker’s Groove” and “Rolling & Styling,” have allegedly featured Dave’s unique method on their covers.
While many in the industry are scratching their heads or chuckling at the audacity of the claim, others are seen donning disco outfits and stocking up on hair products, ready to give this bizarre method a try.
Whether or not this trend will “Stayin’ Alive” remains to be seen, but for now, the highways are a bit more groovy, and hair is definitely shinier.
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