5 EASY Ways to Boost Your Car’s Fuel Efficiency for Better Gas Mileage | BE FORWARD Reviews

5 EASY Ways to Boost Your Car’s Fuel Efficiency for Better Gas Mileage | BE FORWARD Reviews


After you purchase your vehicle, it is up
to you to maintain it in a manner that allows it to achieve the highest possible fuel economy. At first brush, it may sound like an easy
thing to do, but it is a bit more complicated. Hello, everyone. BE Forward Reviews here, and today we’re going
to show you 5 tips to decrease your fuel consumption exponentially. Let’s get right into it. Tip #1: Plan your day. You may think, “what’s my schedule got to
do with anything?” Actually, Your car achieves its maximum fuel
economy after the engine has been properly warmed. Conversely, a cold engine consumes much more
petrol, or diesel for that matter. One way to take advantage of a warm engine
is to plan your day so that all of your short trips are grouped together and you don’t have
to keep warming up the engine. Tip #2: Replace your filters
Airflow is key to fuel economy. One of the defining elements to optimal airflow
is the air filter. Daily driving can clog your air filter with
dust and debris. Once a month, you should take your air filter
out and inspect it, removing any dust that has collected, and replace the filter according
to your car’s recommended schedule. Tip #3: Avoid the A/C
Driving without the A/C at certain times of the year – and most of the year if you live
in a climate like Africa – can be impossible. Whenever the weather allows, try to drive
with the A/C and windows down. Keep in mind, however, that when driving down
highways at the appropriate speed, having the windows down will lower your fuel economy
by making your car less aerodynamic. So alternate between these methods accordingly Tip #4: Regular Maintenance
This goes beyond oil changes and repairs. Tune-ups and belt changes do more than help
you avoid breaking down. They help your car maintain the highest fuel
numbers possible. Perhaps the most overlooked aspect of fuel
economy is in the tires. Making sure your tires are neither over or
under inflated goes a long way. Having the right size tires is also key. Tip #5: Change your habits
Believe it or not, you might be the biggest obstacle to maximizing your car’s fuel efficiency. Sudden acceleration, speeding, and not driving
at a constant speed all impact your car’s fuel efficiency. Accelerate smoothly, and try to maintain a
driving speed of 89 kilometers per hour for the best possible fuel efficiency. One other way to get the most bang for your
fuel dollars is to buy the most fuel efficient car possible, which is something that BE FORWARD
can help you with. Check out our video of the 5 most fuel efficient
used cars, and visit beforward.jp for a wide selection of used cars at great prices. Thanks for watching,

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