Top Tips for Fuel Saving Driving in Pakistan

Everyone try to save their fuel either they are using liquid or gas fuel. Here we are providing some tips to save you fuel. It will help you to maintain you fuel budget either you are using car or bike.

Top Tips for Fuel Saving Driving in Pakistan

Tips for Fuel Saving Driving in Pakistan

  1. Driving in a gear lower than you need wastes fuel, and letting the engine labor in top gear on hills and corners is also wasteful. In a manual vehicle, change up gears as soon as the car is comfortable with the higher gear but without accelerating harder than necessary.
  2. Automatic transmissions will shift up more quickly and smoothly if you ease back slightly on the accelerator once the car gathers momentum. Avoid the use of power options which drop the car into a lower gear and therefore use more fuel.
  3. Reduce Air Conditioner Use / Close Windows: Using the air conditioner increases fuel cost from 13% up to 21%. If it’s cool enough, use the flow-through ventilation instead of rolling down the windows or using the AC.
  4. Eliminate Extra Wind Resistance and Weight: Using a loaded roof rack increases fuel consumption. Carry the load inside your vehicle if you can. Removing unnecessary weight is better still.
  5. Once you have reached an efficient speed, maintaining a constant pace avoids wasting energy on decelerating and then accelerating again. Cruise control can help with this, but some people also find pulse and glide techniques effective.Top Tips for Fuel Saving Driving in Pakistan
  6. The lower the tyre pressure, the more fuel the car needs to move it down the road. We recommend that you take five minutes every fortnight to check the tyres. If you’re not sure what the pressure should be, you can normally find the figures near the lock inside the driver’s door.
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