Does a boat or a car use less fuel to go the same distance?



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    This is a very complex question. Considering both vehicles are going in a straight line and with a constant speed a car would be using less fuel because it has a lower drag coefficiency, as air is easier to push though than water. This result varies from the type of car and boat, route, speed, weather and so on. But under normal conditions a car would be more efficient. 

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