Complete Guide to Save Fuel on Indian Roads

Fuel Saving Tips for Drivers

How does a person Save Fuel?

Likely when you drive a two-seat hybrid or a three-ton SUV chances are you can squeeze a bit more distance out of each gallon of fuel. The ten fuel saving tips have served me well over the years and they can help you improve your car's fuel economy and take some of the sting out of high fuel prices. Many of these tips will give you a very slight increase in miles per gallon (MPG) -- but use several together and the gas mileage improvements will really add up.

1. Donít forget to check your air filter

The type of clean air filter is the key to good fuel economy. Kind of dirty air filter restricts the flow of air into the engine which harms performance and economy. These Air filters are easy to check and change removes the filter and holds it up to the sun. Incase if you can't see light coming through it you need a new one. Letís Consider a K&N or similar "permanent" filter which is cleaned rather than changed they are much less restrictive than throw-away paper filters plus they're better for the environment.

2. Always check your tire pressure

After that Next to the air filter under-inflated tires are one of the most commonly ignored causes of crummy MPG. Select and Buy a reliable tire gauge check your tires when they are cold (driving the car warms up the tires and the air inside them increasing the pressure) and keep them properly inflated. Always Use the inflation pressures shown in the owner's manual or on the data plate in the driver's door jamb.

3. Slowly Slow down

when driving as speed increase fuel economy decreases exponentially. When youíre one of the "ten-over on the freeway" set try driving the speed limit for a few days.Definitely you'll save a lot of fuel and your journey won't take much longer. Whatever Just be sure you keep to the right so you won't impede the less-enlightened.

4. Keep Hanging with the trucks

Did you Ever notice how in bad traffic jams cars seem to constantly speed up and slow down while trucks tend to roll along at the same leisurely pace A constant speed keeps shifting to a minimum -- important to those who have to wrangle with those ten-speed truck transmissions -- but it also aids economy as it takes much more fuel to get a vehicle moving than it does to keep it moving. Rapid rolling with the big rigs saves fuel (and aggravation).