It’s sometimes called ecoDriving and it refers to both driving habits and vehicle maintenance that can help you reduce their fuel consumption, save money, and at the same time reduce CO2 emissions. By reducing your personal emissions we can contribute to a healthier environment, now and in the future.

It doesn’t matter what kind of vehicle you drive, you can save by simply changing a few habits.

So Turn off, Tune up, and Drop Emissions! Here’s how:

Drive Smart

Changing your driving behaviour is one of the easiest ways to reduce fuel use. By combining some of the following habits, you could save as much as 35% on your fuel costs:

Maintain Smart

If you want your vehicle to perform well and get the best fuel economy, you need to maintain your vehicle. An unmaintained vehicle will increase fuel consumption and increase emissions significantly. Proper maintenance can also head off more serious problems before they become costly repairs.

With today’s sophisticated engines and computer systems, you need to leave the servicing to a trained automotive professional. That doesn’t mean that you should ignore some of the basic maintenance checks that you can do yourself.

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How about a new vehicle? Are you looking to but a new and used vehicle. Check out these tips that could save you thousands of dollars!

Here are some links that you might want to check out for more information on fuel efficient driving.