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Fuel Efficiency Tips

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Did you know that your driving and maintenance habits can have an effect on your fuel economy. Try these strategies to improve your fuel efficiency.
 

DON’T BRAKE FOR FUEL EFFICIENCY

 

Using the brakes unnecessarily means that you are also accelerating unnecessarily. Instead, try increasing the distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. This should provide you enough cushion to where you can try decelerating by lightening your pressure on or even taking your foot off of the accelerator.
 

LIGHTEN UP

 

The most efficient speed for any vehicle is going to be somewhere around 55 mph. Speeding may save you time, but it will certainly not save you money on fuel costs.
 
Did you know that your driving and maintenance habits can have an effect on your fuel economy. Try these strategies to improve your fuel efficiency.

WHERE THE RUBBER MEETS THE ROAD

 

Under-inflated tires means that there is more tire surface interacting with the pavement. This creates additional friction. Over time, that added friction adds up and means lower fuel economy. Do yourself a favor and keep your tires properly inflated.
 

As you go about implementing various strategies for improving your fuel economy, it is important that you keep track of your progress. It is especially important to know your mileage before you begin so that you can find out what works and what doesn’t.

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