Select the right gear
This tip is strictly for manual car owners, changing the gear according to your car’s speed can save your fuel. Apply the gear which is the highest gear for your optimal speed so that your car never stalls.
Don’t ride the clutch
Riding the clutch is the most common problem that a person has. This issue is faced mainly in heavy traffic. From this, not only does the clutch plate prematurely wear out, but this also consumes lots of fuel too. The best way out of this is, that all the new modern cars have dead paddles if you are not using the clutch you can put your left leg on the dead paddles so that it won’t push the clutch.
Don’t over-accelerate your car
Unnecessarily accelerating your car can consume lots of fuel. And it doesn’t make any sense, accelerating the car unnecessarily not only consumes fuel but also puts lots of load on the engine. For one try not to mash the accelerator next time. Accelerate gently and wisely.
Check the wheel alignment
Miss aligned wheels can reduce the mileage of your car up to 10%. In fact, if the wheels are not aligned so the wear and tear of your car will be nonuniform, and if the wear and tear are nonuniform then also the car will consume lots of fuel. And if the wheels of your car are not balanced, then also the wear and tear of your car will be nonuniform and the car will consume lots of fuel.
Service your car time to time
Low engine oil, blocked filters, faulty spark plug are the factors that affect your car’s fuel consumption badly. And the engine which is not serviced consumes more than 40% of the fuel compared to the properly maintained and serviced engine. Servicing your car is the most important thing. Servicing your car also extends the life of your car. Servicing your car from time to time maintains the performance of your car and servicing your car also solves the problem in your car.
Avoid running your car at idle
Running your car idle consumes almost 1.5 to 3-liter fuel per hour. With modern cars being more efficient, you are likely to burn less fuel by just turning off your engine and then restarting it when you have to move. This will save you lots of fuel, and it will be also good for our environment.
Maintain your tires regularly
A car tire that is just 10 PSI under the recommended preference can increase the fuel efficiency by 2.5%. As much as the surface area of your tire comes in the contact with the road, the drag will also increase and the fuel consumption will also increase. So make sure you check the tire pressure once in a while and fill the air properly and also maintain the tires if the tires are damaged, so replace them.