Get rid of excess weight in the vehicle by removing unnecessary items in the trunk and backseat to lower fuel consumption.
Higher speeds decrease fuel economy because of two factors: air resistance and tire rolling resistance.
This is a modest drop in miles per gallon for a sizable reduction in tire pressure, and suggests that keeping tires properly inflated may do more to keep drivers safe than help them to pay less at the pump.
Using a trip computer, drivers can receive immediate feedback about the impact that an action, such as the rapid acceleration of a vehicle, has on gas usage.
Using a combination of strategies for how to improve gas mileage can help to reduce fuel costs. Having to fill up at a pricey pump, though, can negate all of that hard work.
Using a trip calculator can estimate fuel consumption for each car so you can pick the one that will cost the least in gasoline.
Today’s engine computer has the ability to compensate for the reduced airflow to maintain the right ratio between air and fuel.