How to Increase Fuel Mileage on a Car?

November 28, 2019/Auto Sales Classifieds

As gas prices continue to go up, increasing the fuel mileage is the best way to protect your pocketbook. We today provide you some tips to spend less money on gas by increasing your car‘s efficiency in using it.

A) What do to with your car to save the fuel?

  1. Set the vehicle tires to the best possible inflation.
  2. Tune-up the engine.
  3. Check the condition of your engine air filter.
  4. Change the fuel filter according to the car manufacturer’s recommended schedule.
  5. Lighten your load.
  6. Select the tightest potential tires for your vehicle that will fulfill your driving style and requests.
  7. Select low-rolling-resistance compound tires.
  8. Ensure the oxygen sensors, engine emissions system, and evaporative emissions control systems are in good shape on fuel-injected cars.

B) How to do fuel saving?

  1. At the point when you fill-up with gas, fill up halfway and try to keep your tank above one-quarter full.
  2. Add a synthetic oil additive to either natural or synthetic oil when getting your oil changed.
  3. Buy quality fuel.
  4. Use of air conditioner in stop-and-go city driving consumes more fuel so avoid it.
  5. If you’re trying to find a direct way to control the amount of gas you are using, monitor how hard your engine is working is key.

C) Your driving habits

  1. Use cruise control.
  2. Slow down.
  3. Accelerate smoothly with moderate throttle
  4. Avoid braking wherever possible.
  5. Avoid excessive idling.
  6. Find your car’s “sweet speed.
  7. Ensure you empower overdrive if your vehicle has a programmed transmission with overdrive, aside from when towing heavy trailers.
  8. Don’t circle in a parking lot, and keep well away from the storefronts.
  9. Maintain a safe following distance.
  10. Avoid turning across oncoming traffic.
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D) Planning ahead

  1. Plan your trips.
  2. Plan your route carefully.
  3. Maintain a log over time of how many miles you go (the main odometer) and how much gas you put in (from the gas pump, including fractions)