Avoid quick starts and sudden stops. This wastes fuel and is harder on vehicle components.
In summer, drive during cooler parts of the day. Cooler, denser air can boost power and mileage.
Maintain recommended tire pressure. Low pressure reduces fuel economy and can damage tires.
Keep the air filter clean. Clogged filters reduce fuel economy and increase exhaust emissions.
Slow down. If you travel at 60 mph instead of 70 mph on your 20-mile highway commute, you would save about 1.3 gallons of gas in a five-day work week.
Don’t use your trunk for storage. The heavier your car, the more fuel it uses.
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