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Efficient driving: you have controlled fuel consumption
There are two types of drivers: drivers who believe driving is agile and fast, and drivers who swear by safe and defensive driving. Regardless of your driving style, everyone faces the problem of car fuel economy. The lower the value, the fewer times you refuel and the more money you save. Read here how you can save up to 20%!
Old engines consume only 10 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers, while newer cars are equipped with economical petrol or diesel engines. Some diesel fuels consume less than 4 liters per 100 kilometers, and for petrol cars less than 6 liters is already a good performance.
Economical driving: tips to reduce fuel consumption
Whatever is hidden in the hood, your ultimate fuel economy largely depends on your driving style and behavior. Rapid acceleration, speeding and maneuvering will significantly increase your fuel consumption. On the other hand, your car uses the least amount of fuel when it’s not running (oil well!) or when it’s running at a steady speed. These tips can also help you drive more economically:
Do not accelerate when starting the engine.