Whats the best way to increase your fuel economy?


Asked by Jul 14, 2014 at 08:21 PM

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The basics would include maintaing your car. Keeping up with oil changes ,air filters any basic maintenance need. Also depending on if it's a hybrid,turbo,diesel or just basic gas engine. Learning how to drive gearing to mpg will help the most. Coasting when possible, not having a heavy foot etc. It's a real chore if you want to max out mpg.

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