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Driving Tips For Control And Fuel Efficiency

Its important for a driver to input safety margins to take control of the car that compensate for human error, minor lapses in concentration and the mistakes made by other road users. By having this system in place should help you maintain control of your vehicle in a coordinated comfortable way.

A smooth and controlled Driving approach can reduce fuel consumption up to 10%.

Keeping revs below 2000 and taking your foot of the accelerator going down hill can reduce fuel consumption up to 30%.

Avoiding driving with car windows and sunroof open reduces drag and saves fuel. It's more efficient to use the aircon than keep windows open on long journeys.

Use cruise control or a speed limiter when you can as this can also help reduce fuel consumption.

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