We Can Save You $$$ With Six Steps

6 Tips To Improve Your Gas Mileage 


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Everyone like to save money. What if we could tell you how to save money by perserving your gas mileage? 

 

Following these simple steps can ensure you stay more focused on where you are going, then where is the next closest gas station!

 

1. Keeping The Engie Tuned and Checked 

 

The hassle of bringing your vehicle to the dealership for service may seem like a long, drawn out process! But it doesn't have to be with set appointments and in the long run it's worth it. Repairing a car that's not tuned can save gas mileage byan average of 4%. Replacing a malfunctioning oxygen sensor can improve your MPG up to 40%.

 

2. Don't Be In A Rush!

 

Keep a cool head and try not to resort to some poor driving habits, such as:

 

Jackrabbit starts (rapidly accelerating from a stop)

Stopping short (braking hard at the last possible second)

Weaving (constantly changing lanes to get around other cars)

Aggressive driving habits make your gas disappear right before yoour eyes. Highway speeds can reduce your fuel economy by as much as 33% (not to mention cause premature wear on your tires and brakes). Slooow down! When you hit 60 MPH your gas mileage starts to dramatically decrease. When you reduce your speed you save on gas mileage as well.

 

3. Cruise Control is your new best friend - Major Deal!

 

Cruise control helps you keep a steady speed, but also stops your fromw wasting gas. Cruise control improves gas mileage by controling your maxium speed and maintaining a constant speed

 

4. Roll down those windows

 

Using the AC makes your car engine work a little harder. Surprisingly it can drain 10-15% of your fuel when tempertaures reach 80 degress or higher. So save the AC until you're on the highway and enjoy the breeze through your city. BUT, at speeds of 50 MPH or more, the drag of the windows will cost more in fuel efficiency.

 

5. Keep your tires inflated

 

Deflated tires are no good. Tires with low air pressure are dangerous to drive on and cost you so much in fuel. Keeping air in your tires will make your drive a little easier and save you so much fuel.

 

6. Hold-off on the gas guzzlers

If you feel like no matter what you do and try, and your vehiicle still seems to guzzle gas, you may want to look into trading into your vehicle. We want you on the road, and enjoying life! A more gas efficient vehicle saves you $$$ down the road and allows you a little more driving freedom.



Try there tips and let us know how they work out for you! Save time and money with six simple steps!                          


 

 

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