With gas prices so high, improving your car's gas mileage is not only good for the environment it's good for your wallet. Here are some easy tips to help you out:
1. Make sure your tires are properly inflated.
2. Empty out your trunk, carrying around excess weight will increase your fuel consumption.
3. Follow your car's maintenance schedule. Proper maintenance will keep your car running efficiently.
4. Go the speed limit.
5. Avoid idling, if you are going to be waiting in your car for more than a minute, shut the car off.
6. When driving remember to practice patience as aggressive driving uses more fuel. By avoiding sudden starts or stops you will see significant fuel savings.
7. Save fuel by combining errands and planning your trips to avoid unnecessary driving.
8. Try to reduce the amount of driving you do, by choosing to bike or walk for short trips.