Tips On Making Your Car More Fuel Efficient
- Drive your car at the right speed: Driving the car too fast or too slow can actually decrease its fuel economy. The ideal speed at which you should drive your car is between 40-60kmph. Your car is the most economical when driven at this speed.
- Maintain the motors: Keeping your car maintained not only improves its fuel economy, but also increases its life and safety level. A well-maintained car refers to the one with properly tuned engine, properly inflated tires, and correct oil in its motor. While driving, you need to make sure that the car is running smoothly and burning fuel efficiently. Dirty filters, bad wheel alignment, under-inflated or over-inflated tires, and dodgy spark plugs can actually let your car down.·
- Keep your car light: Keeping unnecessary heavy items in your car results in fuel wastage, which can be anything from gas cylinder and unused bike rack to extra tires and tool boxes. Reducing 100 pounds from your car can improve its fuel economy by as much 2%. The lighter your car is, the smoother it will run, and lesser fuel it will burn
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