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I was kinda dizzy figuring out what you are up to but anyways there's so many ways to do that and I think everyone knows it. But for your benefit I'll suggest a link where you can read fully how to save fuel ===> save fuel
Location: Coquitlam BC, Canada (Greater Vancouver area)
Hybrids: 2010 Toyota Prius Touring (& former HCHII owner)
Re: How can save the fuel?
Idle no more than you need to, for example only start the car when you are really ready, have your seat belt on, ready to go. Turn it off when waiting through lengthy delays, such as trains passing, or even for lengthy red traffic signals.
Combine chores into one trip if possible. Many long drives are actually avoidable, for various reasons: do what you can
Last edited by Mendel Leisk; 09-23-2010 at 06:49 PM.
I think one of the biggest gas wasters is taking off fast from a complete stop. Especially when in town, it's all stop and go and some people treat it like that scene from The Fockers, when DeNiro and Stiller were trying to race home but hit a stop light every 100 yards.