Vehicles that have optimal fuel efficiency require less gas to go a given distance. When we burn less gas, we cut global warming emissions and produce less pollution, while spending less on gas, a lot less.No matter if gas prices are up or down, you always want to keep your fuel expenses as low as you reasonably can.
Here’s a look at seven simple ways to improve gas mileage:
New Air Filter
A fresh filter helps to ensure that sufficient air can reach the combustion chamber, which will prevent your engine from burning up additional fuel to compensate for a lack of air.
Replace Spark Plugs
Because old, dirty plugs are liable to misfire, a significant amount of gas can go to waste as you continue to drive with them. For older cars, plugs should typically be replaced every 30,000 miles. In vehicles manufactured post 2000, you can usually go 100,000 miles before replacing plugs.
Change Fuel Filter
Fuel filters should be replaced at intervals of 30,000 miles so that contaminants don’t cause a reduction in performance and fuel efficiency.
Correct Fuel Grade
If your vehicle is supposed to take mid-grade or above, you’ll want to always adhere to that guideline. If you don’t, you may see a decrease in gas mileage—and engine trouble may even emerge.
To eliminate pollutants from your injectors and intake valves, you can try using a fuel additive. If you decide to use an additive, be sure to choose one that is compatible with your particular vehicle, and that you don’t overuse it.
Tight Gas Cap
A loose or missing gas cap can result in fuel evaporating before you even get the chance to use it.
Proper Tire Inflation
Because soft rubber needs more power to roll forward, under-inflated tires can cause a noticeable drop in fuel-economy.
If you need auto maintenance to improve gas mileage, be sure to visit a reputable shop.
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