Fuel being the non renewable source of energy needs to be saved for future. Imagine how much would it cost after some years if we keep on wasting it like this. Apart from saving it or our future use, we also need to save it reduce our petrol bills and manage expenses. The best way is to walk more or talk public transport . Yet even, sometimes we need to drive by our personal vehicles. Then, what to do?
For this you need to to follow or try at least these things:
Improve your vehicle’s efficiency:
Keep your tyres correctly inflated and get correct amount of pressure in tyres as low pressure needs more fuel.
Clear out junk from the boot to make it lighter in weight and reduce less effort to speed up.
Turn on air conditioner only when required otherwise turn it off to save a large amount of fuel
Fill only the adequate amount of fuel.
Drive smoothly and efficiently:
Accelerate slowly to stay under 3,000 revs. Remember ‘the harder you press accelerator, the more fuel you spend.’
Always apply the correct gear.
Let your car slow down naturally to use its stored momentum rather than using the brakes always
Take care while filling up the fuel:
Do not overfill the fuel tank so much that petrol nozzle ‘clunks’.
Always refill at least fifty miles before the tank is empty.
Fill up at night when it’s cold and you get some extra bit of fuel.
Always try to pay with a cashback/fuel credit card to get some of your outlay back.
Check out for the new petrol schemes and promotions regularly to get worth out of a single penny.