Bad driving isn't just unsafe. it's expensive. your dirving habits have a direct impact on your car's fuel consumption. planning your travel, following speed limits, maintaning safe following distances and paying attention to traffic, weather and road conditions will keep you safe, allow youe vehicles to operate more efficiently and ultimately, save your money.
Here are the few ways you can improve your driving to get better gas mileage:
# Accelerate gradually. Avoid jackrabbit starts.
# Anticipate your stops. when approaching a red light, let your foot off the gas as early as possible.
# In summer, driving during cooler part of the day. cooler, denser air can booost power and mileage.
# Avoid long warm ups in the morning. they are unnecessary and waste fuels.
# Use air conditioning. Todays air conditioners create less drag on the engine than driving with the open windows.