The combustion of fuel in order to power your automobile produces emissions that pollute the air and contribute to climate change, causing negative environmental and human health impacts. In Canada, passenger cars, SUVs,minivans, and pick-up trucks produce 12-13 %of our total greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).These emissions have been steadily rising for many years as the number of vehicles on the road and the distances these vehicles travel continues to increase.In response to the increasing strain that vehicle use is placing on the environment, CAA and Pollution Probe have teamed up to find ways to make personal vehicles more fuel efficient, thus reducing the emissions these vehicles produce.While the government and automakers will play a crucial role in improving fuel efficiency and reducing emissions, you too can play a big role, and we’re here to give you some tips and pointers that can help reduce your vehicle’s environmental footprint. Now a days fuel is
less in india .it is very important for the next generation and we we do
not conserve it now our next generation would be affected.