Save on fuel
- Do not use the clutch too much.
- Switch the vehicle off at red light
- Drive in gear corresponding to the
- Get your vehicle serviced regularly.
- A poorly tuned engine can increase fuel
consumption by up to 50%
- Driving at 90 kilometers an hour rather
than 100 can reduce fuel consumption by 10%
- Under inflated tires can increase fuel
consumption by 5%
- A loaded roof rack will increase fuel
consumption by as much as 5% in highway driving.
- Even an empty roof rack can increase
consumption by 1%. If the carrier is not attached to the vehicle, remove
it when not in use.
- Avoid "Jack Rabbit" starts,
not only do they increase fuel consumption, but are hard on your tires.
Anticipating stops and avoiding abrupt stops will decrease fuel
consumption and increase the life of your brakes and tires.
- Avoid unnecessary steering wheel
movement since each sideward movement of the tire causes fuel-consuming
- Maintain a steady speed.
- Accelerate slowly on gravel or slippery
- Avoid unnecessary braking.
- Reviving the engine just before turning
off the ignition costs extra fuel and may cause engine damage.
- Take advantage of rolling resistance
rather than heavy braking to help slow you down. This deceleration
technique is one of the best for fuel saving.
- Avoid using the air conditioner at
- Changing spark plugs regularly can save
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