Are you driving to save fuel !!!
If yes than this is definitely for you.
Very basic conservation tips for fuel to save energy resources as well as save money.
Plan Your Trips – Before you begin your trip you can make sure that is this trip is really needful. and also is you can combine with another daily routine work.
Car pools – not that much boring – Look for people who willing to go in the same direction as you. You can share your car and the costs with other people.
Decrease Loads- extra and unwanted luggage also decrease efficiency and increase power consumption in your vehicle. A reduction weight by 50 kg can lead up to 2% saving in fuel, when driving in the city.
Plan Your Route – Rush hour, or stop-and-go traffic, can waste fuel excessively. You will get more mileage from each liter if you take a less congested route, even though it is slightly longer. you can take help of your GPS. It will guide all the way very properly.
Oil that Recommended by company should be use to reduce extra fuel consumption.
Tyre Pressure also plays a crucial role in mileage. Under inflated tyres increase rolling resistance, which directly leads to higher petrol consumption in vehicle.
Air Filter – Air filter prevents dust from Fouling the engine. Dust causes rapid wear of engine components and increases fuel consumption.
Braking Habits – Sudden stop-and-go driving wastes fuel. When you slam on the brakes, a lot of useful energy is wasted in the form of heat.
Forget Clutch – Use clutch only when you require to change gears. Riding the clutch causes loss of energy and damages clutch-linings, increases costing.
Choke – Use choke only in emergency conditions. Instead, drive in low gear till the engine warms up.
Most Importantly Speed – Drive slow and steady even though if you are in hurry. The faster you go, the more wind resistance your vehicle will face. If you go at speeds above 60 Km/H, you will waste petrol. Tests on Indian cars prove that you can get up to 40 % extra mileage at 45-55 Km/H as against 80 Km/H.