How to Save Money on Fuel – 5 Driving Hacks For Max Efficiency

When it comes to what we get behind the wheel of, believe it or not, a lot of times, ...

When it comes to what we get behind the wheel of, believe it or not, a lot of times, there’s not much that we agree on. One person might purchase a vehicle because it’s big and can fit the whole family in it. The next could purchase something based entirely on fuel economy.

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If there’s one thing that every driver does have in common, though, it’s that they would probably like to save fuel where they can. Obviously, this is an area where those with electric vehicles can check out some of our other articles.

This time, Engineering Explained takes some time out of their busy schedule to break down just that concept. No matter if someone is driving a big truck or a small economy car, fuel savings are possible. The way that we drive has a massive impact on how much fuel we use. When adding up all the little things that we could do, there could be massive money saved on fuel. It doesn’t matter what kind of car you drive, as long as it’s powered by combustion. Heck, some of these tips might even help to save electric charge as well.

By following along with the video below, we round up some helpful tips that explain how we can drive more efficiently. When considering things like friction and aerodynamic drag, we get to look at these concepts like never before. We’re going to go out on a limb and guess that not too many have thought about driving in this way before. Now that we’re able to consider them, perhaps some of these concepts can be integrated into regular driving.

While out on the road, how many of these things are you already doing? Are there different ways that you might approach driving from here on out?

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