4 tips to make your car fuel-efficient


1. If you don’t need power, don’t make noises!

  1. Sound. If you are hearing the engine you probably need to change.
  2. Newton’s Law(Don’t know which one). If you can’t hear the engine you can try to lift the foot out of the gas pedal. If you feel the car braking without putting the foot on the brake pedal you probably need to change gears. This is because the gear that you are is not fitted for your speed and is actually braking the car.
  3. If your car has an RPM digital or analog pointer and you pass 2750 RPMs you have to change gears.

2. Do not apply full gas pedal at low RPMs.

Most of the cars reach high torque values between 4000–6000 RPMs. (https://goo.gl/uVVTHb)

3. Do not hold the car on a hill with a half clutch.

4. Traffic lights should be synchronized!




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