Don’t drive aggressively-Aggressive drivers use more fuel. By driving moderately, an average savings of 31 percent is possible. Avoiding jackrabbit starts and braking hard can help retain your fuel and potentially save you money. We know you’re in a hurry, but with fuel prices rising it’s not worth the unnecessary fuel intake. Try getting up earlier (easier said than done), and with easy braking and moderate acceleration you can avoid being the aggressive driver and save on fuel.
The above was written by Katie Schlosser and was published in the Summer 2012 edition of Vehicle MD.