Steps To Save Money On Gas
Do you want to find out how to save money on gas for your vehicle of any type or size? Now, there are stable lower gas prices in the United States, but the price per gallon continues to fluctuate according to the market. European prices are still relatively high. Individuals, businesses and corporations all over the world search for ways to save gas expenses and reduce vehicle wear & tear. Following are a few steps that can help you increase fuel efficiency:
1. Purchase a fuel efficient vehicle
2. Buy a hybrid or electric car
3. Use the appropriate unleaded fuel with the correct level of ethanol
4. Have appropriate tire size, pressure and alignment
5. Fuel saver device – The Kraftstoff Energiesparer Fuel Saver Patch
Steps 1 and 2 are the most expensive since they require buying an automobile in order to save money on gas. Steps 3 and 4 are simple and easy to accomplish with minimal effort but the savings will be at most 1-2%. Step 5 is the most cost-effective and will increase miles per gallon (km/L) 8-15% or more.
The Kraftstoff Energiesparer Fuel Saver Patch is easy to install to any vehicle fuel tank, and there is no future maintenance required or extra costs. The patch is a new innovative 9-layer nanotechnology that reduces fuel molecule clusters so that the fuel burns more efficiently.
The hydrocarbon deposits in the engine are reduced, and therefore, the gas mileage is increased because the car runs more economically!
Additional Steps To Save Money On Gas!
There are several additional things you can do obtain the best possible fuel economy and produce the lowest possible mpg.
• The advanced patented 9-layer nanotechnology with Far Infra-red (FIR) Rays and scalar energy is unique to reduce fuel molecule clusters and answers the question: How to increase fuel economy? The Kraftstoff Energiesparer Fuel Saver Patch is easy to install and hassle-free. There are no extra future costs or required maintenance. It is the best method available to improve fuel consumption.
• Perform regular vehicle maintenance. Follow the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule.
• Plan your trips. Get all of your errands done at once. Your engine is more efficient when it is warmed up, so one long trip is better for your car’s efficiency than many short trips. Don’t forget to carpool when possible.
• Minimize vehicle weight and maximize aerodynamics. Think before you put something big on top of your car or something heavy in, on, or towed-behind your car. For example, a car roof-top carrier will increase the vehicle’s frontal surface area and drag coefficients which will reduce your fuel economy. Adding mass to your car will also decrease fuel economy, so if you don’t need it, don’t carry it in or on your car.
• If you are shopping for a new or used car, use EPA’s Green Vehicle Guide green vehicles to compare 2000 through present model year vehicles for fuel economy.