Ten tips for economical driving

Here are 10 tips for economical driving that represent a small change in your habits, but have a significant impact on fuel economy. 

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  1. Drive at a constant speed and constant speed and avoid sudden braking and acceleration.
  2. Change gear when the rev counter shows the 2000-2500 rev. / Min., To keep engine speeds as low as possible.
  3. Check the tire pressure. Inadequate tire pressure increases fuel consumption significantly.
  4. Watch the road in the distance, you can pre-assess the road. This will enable you to maintain a constant speed.
  5. Use air conditioning sparingly, especially in the city. Using the air conditioner increases fuel consumption
  6. Drive with the windows closed. Even an open window increases fuel consumption.
  7. Switch off the engine when the vehicle is stopped, such as in traffic or railroad crossing.
  8. Do not overload the vehicle. Extra weight increases fuel consumption and emissions.
  9. Remove all unnecessary items from the vehicle equipment (frames for roof racks, etc.) that increase aerodynamic drag.
  10. Limit the use of electronic equipment that increases energy consumption and fuel consumption.