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Old 03-23-2005, 09:23 AM   #1
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Top 10 Tips for Improving Your Fuel Economy
By Tara Baukus Mello
Date Posted 10-05-2004

Filling up is a fact of every driver's life, but for some drivers it is a necessary evil. If you are one of those people who gulps every time you have to fill up your vehicle, there's good news: there are some simple things you can do to improve your fuel economy no matter what type of vehicle you drive.

Monitoring your average fuel economy regularly is a good idea, too. (Some vehicles have a handy computer that computes this for you.) If you notice a significant change, then something has changed with your vehicle.

Here are 10 things you can do today to get better gas mileage right away.

1. Follow the Recommended Maintenance

A vehicle that is well maintained means it will operate with greater efficiency. This not only improves your overall vehicle performance, but it will improve your fuel economy as well. Fouled spark plugs, a dirty air filter or clogged fuel filter will all affect your fuel economy. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), replacing a clogged air filter can increase your mileage by 10 percent, while replacing an oxygen sensor could result in an improvement as high as 40 percent. Proper maintenance also means using the right octane gas and the recommended grade of motor oil. Using the recommended types for your vehicle will give you optimum fuel economy and can save you money as well. Check your owner's manual for your vehicle's recommendations and have maintenance performed regularly by a dealer or reputable mechanic.

2. Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated

Underinflated tires require more energy to roll, which translates into more frequent fill-ups. You can improve your fuel economy by about 3.3 percent if you keep your tires inflated properly, according to the DOE. The psi number noted on the sidewall of your tires is the maximum pressure of the tire and is not the proper inflation level for your car. Your vehicle manufacturer will list the recommended tire pressure in your owner's manual or a sticker on the doorjamb of the driver-side door. Buy a tire-pressure gauge and check your tires monthly, adding air as necessary.

3. Take a Load Off

Heavier vehicles require more energy to move, so carrying around excess weight will also affect your mileage. Empty out your trunk (or even your backseat) of unnecessary items. An extra 100 pounds in the trunk will reduce your fuel economy by 1 to 2 percent in the typical vehicle. If you have a roof rack or roof carrier, install it on your vehicle only when absolutely necessary. Not only does the carrier add extra weight, but it also increases the aerodynamic drag on the vehicle, which further contributes to a loss of fuel economy.

4. Don't Drive Aggressively

We're not talking road rage here, but the type of driving many people do when they are in a rush. Mashing the accelerator pedal from a stoplight, braking hard and speeding all contribute to a decrease in fuel economy. Give yourself extra time to get to your destination and think "steady and smooth" as you drive. On surface streets, driving at the speed limit will give you mostly green lights, which improves your gas mileage as well as reduces the wear on your brakes. On the highway, the DOE says that every 5 mph you drive over 65 mph represents a 7-percent decrease in fuel economy.

5. Use the Highest Gear Possible

Cars are designed to start in the lowest gear possible because that's where they have the most power, but that power translates to an increase in fuel consumption. To improve your fuel economy, drive in the highest gear possible when you are cruising at a steady speed, such as on the highway. If your vehicle has an automatic transmission with a "sport" mode, it's most likely that this is a computer program designed to shift later (and therefore keep you in a lower gear longer). While this gives you greater performance, driving in "sport" mode will also decrease your fuel economy.

6. Use Cruise Control Selectively

Using cruise control can improve your gas mileage by helping you maintain a steady speed, but only if you are driving on mostly flat roads. If you are driving in hilly terrain, using cruise control typically causes your vehicle to speed up faster (to maintain the preset speed) than it would if you were operating the accelerator yourself. Before you push that cruise control button, think about the terrain ahead.

7. Think Clean

Keeping your car washed and waxed improves aerodynamics and therefore affects fuel economy. Engineer Tom Wagner, Jr. reported to Stretcher.com (as in stretching your dollars) a 7-percent improvement in fuel economy, from 15 to 16 mpg, during a 1,600-mile road trip.

8. Avoid Excessive Idling

When a car is idling, it is using fuel, yet not going anywhere. This translates to 0 mpg. When you leave your car running while you are waiting in line at the drive-thru, or as you wait outside your kids' school, you are wasting fuel. It is more efficient to turn the engine off while you wait and then restart the car. If that's not practical (like in the line at McDonald's), then park the car and go inside instead.

9. Think Before You Vent(ilate)

Running your air conditioner does cause your vehicle to consume more fuel, but driving with your windows rolled down can be even worse due to the increase of drag on the vehicle. If you are driving slowly, such as around town or in city traffic, then you are better off leaving your windows open, if at all possible. For highway driving, roll up the windows and turn the air conditioning on.

10. Combine Your Errands

A little planning can make a big difference in fuel economy. When your engine is cold, it uses more fuel than when it is warm. Combining errands can improve your gas mileage because your engine will be warm for more of the trip. It might also mean you travel less total miles. According to the DOE, several short trips all begun with a cold start can use twice as much fuel as a single, longer trip that covers the same distance.

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Old 03-23-2005, 09:37 AM   #2
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7% increase from just a wax job?
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Old 03-23-2005, 10:16 AM   #3
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You'll notice the 7% increase was from 15mpg to 16mpg. I'm sure one could swing that by unloading some.. uh.. bodily waste... if you catch my drift...

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Seeing as it got 15-16 mpg, it's either a sportscar (which is probably aerodynamic enough for the waxing to make a difference) or it's an SUV, in which case it's got aerodynamic problems that no wax can fix.

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Or maybe they drove from Colorado to New York (downhill) with the wind at their back.

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Or maybe they drove from Colorado to New York (downhill) with the wind at their back.
Or they drove at a different speed
Or somebody else drove
Or there wasn't as much traffic
Or they had spicy mexican food the day before and... okay, I'll stop now.

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I can't believe that they left out number 11....... Leave the wife at home. Or does that fall into the "extra weight" catagory?

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I can't believe that they left out number 11....... Leave the wife at home. Or does that fall into the "extra weight" catagory?

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I can't believe that they left out number 11....... Leave the wife at home. Or does that fall into the "extra weight" catagory?

yea, and as long as we're doing that, take out the extra seats, pump the tires to maximum psi and only drive down-hill!

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If you thought that article from Edmunds was funny then this information from AAA should be hysterical.

http://www.fuelgaugereport.com/

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The real #11 should be, coast as much as possible. If you are on a road that is 30mph with red lights every mile, get up to 35mph and coast to the next light. If cars way in front of you are slowing, don't get right up on them before you slow down, get off the gas.

OT: For those of you who are broke like me, here's a cute little trick, I read it in Bob Sikorsky's book, "Drive It Forever". It's called the Emergency Economy Method. If you're about to run out of gas, let's say you're on your way home from visitng your in-laws, and your kids are asleep in the back and your wife is nagging you to stop for gas, and you pull into a station and IT'S CLOSED! You have maybe a gallon of gas and your car gets 20mpg but the next station is 50 miles. Here's what you do:

Accelerate slowly to a reasonable speed, say 35mph. Then shut the engine off and coast down to 5-10 mph. Restart your engine and slowly accelerate back up to 35mph or so. Then repeat. This is easier with a stick. I'll use the clutch to start it when I get crawling. 4th gear at 10mph, you can pop the clutch out and in, then drop it in 2nd and start accelerating.

I did this last Wednesday up in the Middle Of Farm He//, TX. I felt my engine bucking at one point, started doing this, and managed to go 26 miles before it wouldn't restart anymore. The walk to the gas station was now within sight distance and under 10 minutes, instead of 3 hours or hitching a ride in a manure truck.

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Many Thanks for posting that information!

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P.S. This is NOT (by far) the first time anyone has mentioned keeping a car clean and waxed to help mileage. Automakers have gone to great pains over the last few decades to reduce drag in their designs (at least outside the whole SUV/truck thing). Changing to different tires (rolling resistance vs. traction) will also have an effect on gas mileage.

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Making a vehicle more aerodynamic will decrease wind resistance. Keeping a vehicle clean and possibly waxed will help a little bit. Over one tank full of gasoline the differences will be marginal. But over the course of tens of thousands of miles those saved nickels and dimes will slowly add up. In the world of bicycling it is not uncommon to see guys with shaved legs; they do it for a few reasons with aerodynamics being one of them. I swear I am not making this up.

In the automotive world the Saturn S-Series cars are aerodynamic. Or at least they were when they first came out. The Saturn S-Series car brochures used to have a bunch of technical stuff in them and wind resistance was actually in there.

I think the target audience for the seventh comment in the article regarding keeping the vehicle clean was directed toward the people who never ever wash their cars. Believe it or not I can count with one hand the number of people in my neighborhood that wash their cars.

The point of the article is there are a number of easy little things we can do that will improve our fuel economy. Doing a few or as many as we can will indeed make a difference over time. If I wrote the article I probably would not have included the bit about keeping the vehicle clean to lower wind resistance; instead I would have suggested people go on diet/exercise programs to lose weight and hence improve their vehicle's fuel economy while getting themselves healthier at the same time.

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Cyclist shave their legs for a number of reasons besides aerodynamics. It is actually proven that clean shaved legs will have less damage to them than hairy legs when a leg meets pavement at 20+ mph. It is also proven the women cyclists dig guys with sexy, smooth, muscular legs. It also provides guys the opportunity to create common ground with prospective females.

Hell, I just about have myself talked into going home and shaving my legs tonight!! Wonder if I'll have the same benefits sitting on the couch with a beer, hhmmm......................

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The real #11 should be, coast as much as possible. If you are on a road that is 30mph with red lights every mile, get up to 35mph and coast to the next light. If cars way in front of you are slowing, don't get right up on them before you slow down, get off the gas.

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Accelerate slowly to a reasonable speed, say 35mph. Then shut the engine off and coast down to 5-10 mph. Restart your engine and slowly accelerate back up to 35mph or so. Then repeat. This is easier with a stick. I'll use the clutch to start it when I get crawling. 4th gear at 10mph, you can pop the clutch out and in, then drop it in 2nd and start accelerating.

I did this last Wednesday up in the Middle Of Farm He//, TX. I felt my engine bucking at one point, started doing this, and managed to go 26 miles before it wouldn't restart anymore. The walk to the gas station was now within sight distance and under 10 minutes, instead of 3 hours or hitching a ride in a manure truck.
Very clever.I LOVE that book "Drive It Forever". I suppose you have "Why Trade It In ?" as well ....... Excellent tips in both. My own favorite automotive philosophy books.... those two and "Car Repair For Dummies". All classics. Those should fit on the shelf nicely with "In The Rings Of Saturn" in a Saturn Fans library of automotive basics.....
What about a K&N Air Filter and low restriction muffler? Has anyone made cost effective mods for economy rather than performance on their Saturns ?

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I guess that dating skinny chicks is part of the "take a load off" section but I'v found that dating size 4 and below chicks under 5'02" gives me better MPG and saves on the dinner tab too!! Talk about a double whammy!!!

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