Fuel Saving Tips
Help Your Tyres Last Longer
Check your tyre pressure monthly and before a long trip.
Follow the manufacturer's recommendations printed on the vehicle door placard or in the owner's manual. It's important to check the spare tyre, too.
Inspect your tyres once a month for uneven treadwear, cuts, cracks, bulges, foreign objects or other signs of wear or damage.
Have your tyres rotated and balanced checked every 10,000 km. Refer to your owner's manual for complete details.
How to Save Money at the Fuel Pump
Check Your Air Pressure
Keep your tyres properly inflated and you could improve gas mileage every time you fill your tank. The recommended tyre pressure for your vehicle is located on a sticker inside your driver-side door or noted in your owner's manual.
Maintain Your Air Filter
Replacing a clogged air filter can increase your vehicle's fuel mileage by as much as 10%.
Watch The Weight
Excess weight in your vehicle can reduce mileage by 1-2% for every 45.5 kgs, so watch what you keep in your trunk.
Know Your Oil
Improve your mileage by up to with the proper grade of motor oil.
Keep It Tuned
Keeping up with regular vehicle maintenance can allow you to increase your mileage.
Keep It Capped
Did you know about 556.46 million litres of gas evaporate every year from vehicles without gas caps?
Avoid Fast Starts
Don't be a hot-head! Aggressive acceleration can reduce your gas mileage by up to a whopping 33%!