prolonged warming up of engine, even on cold mornings - 30
to 45 seconds is plenty of time
Check your tire pressure. Under-inflated tires are one of
the most commonly ignored causes of reduced mileage. Tires
lose air due to time and temperature. Under-inflated tires
have more rolling resistance, which means you need to burn
more fuel to keep your car moving.
Drive steadily. Slowing down or speeding up wastes fuel. Also
avoid tailgating - the driver in front of you is unpredictable.
Not only is it unsafe, but if affects your economy
closed when traveling at highway speeds. Open windows cause
air drag, reducing your mileage by 10%.
Take advantage of rolling resistance rather than heavy braking
to help slow you down. This deceleration technique is one
of the best for fuel saving.
Changing spark plugs regularly can save a lot.
Drive in gear corresponding to the speed.
vehicle serviced regularly.
vehicle tune-ups ensure best economy
A dirty air filter restricts the flow of air into the engine,
which harms performance and economy.
use the clutch too much.
Avoid unnecessary steering wheel movement since each sideward
movement of the tire causes fuel-consuming drag.
Avoid using the air conditioner at lower speeds.
: With the rising prices of Petrol / Diesel, here are few tips to
reduce you fuel costs