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Service & Safety Tips

Fuel Saving Tips

Talk to your service technician on ways to improve your gas mileage.

Maintenance Tips

  • Keep your tires properly inflated for better fuel mileage and check them frequently for excessive wear.
  • Let your service technician properly align your vehicles suspension and steering if you notice any pull or vibration.
  • Use the thinnest viscosity oil that your car’s manufacturer recommends.
  • Keep your engine in proper mechanical condition.
  • Keep your engine in tune and make sure the air and fuel filters are clean.
  • Make sure your brakes are not squealing or dragging.
  • Repair body damage. That crunched front fender adds aerodynamic drag – just ask any racecar driver.
  • Don’t use premium fuel if your car does not require it; using it is an unnecessary expense.
  • Don’t wast your money on those late night “as seen on TV” products that are supposed to increase your mileage.
  • Check your gas cap. About 17 percent of the vehicles on the roads have gas caps that are either damaged, loose, or missing altogether causing millions of gallons of gas to vaporize each year.

Driving Tips

Try to keep your speed constant. Use your cruise control when on long stretches of road.

Tips for Improving Your Gas Mileage

With today’s high gas prices, it’s worth taking a few minutes out of your day to make minor modifications that will improve your gas mileage.