Check your tires on a regular basis to make sure they are properly inflated. Tires that are properly inflated last longer, reducing friction and wasting less gas.
Check your air filter. A clean air filter can improve gas mileage.
Reduce idling. An idling engine burns up more gas than it takes to start a car.
If you drive a car, filling your tank is costing you. Below are a few straightforward tips that will help you save dollars at the pump. If you don’t drive, share these tips with someone you know who does.
Have your car tuned up regularly by a reliable mechanic to keep it running efficiently.
Combine your errands to avoid driving your car longer distances or more often than necessary.
Keep your speed steady. Slowing down and speeding up too often wastes fuel.
Have your tires aligned. Poor tire alignment forces your car’s engine to work harder.
Follow the speed limit, especially on the highway. Faster speeds eat up more gas.