Which statement is true regarding engine braking?
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“The point of engine braking is that you can completely turn off the fuel feed while reducing your speed. Braking less using your foot saves fuel [...] If you let up on the accelerator completely when the engine is running at above 1,500–1,600 rpm, there will be no fuel at all delivered to the engine. Once you are down to 1,200–1,300 rpm, the engine starts taking in fuel again. You should therefore shift down before reaching 1,200–1,300 rpm in order to keep the consumption to zero.” (Swedish Transport Administration)
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