Save money on gas with “HYPERMILING”August 28, 2017
DO YOU PRACTICE “HYPERMILING”?
No, it’s not an extreme sport (yet) but hypermiling can help you lower your vehicle’s fuel consumption. With more people traveling for summer vacation, a little attention on how you drive can go a long way towards cutting back on fuel usage. Hypermiling means improving fuel mileage in a motor vehicle by adopting certain driving techniques. Let’s explore some here.
All of the above will help your vehicle perform more efficiently.
The above are all simple ways to get better gas mileage.
The above are driving techniques to lower fuel consumption. A technique that is a little trickier to use is the “coasting” method. Similar to anticipating breaking, when traveling down hills, just let the car coast when going down hills (build up enough momentum getting up the hill).
Methods NOT recommended for lower gas consumption:
The last three are all potentially dangerous practices and not worth the potential fuel savings.
You can click HERE for more general information, or use Google to find recommendations for your type of vehicle.
Do you have another hypermiling tip? Send it along to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll pass it along. Safe travels!
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