Plan Your Trips Differently to Save Fuel

If you take the same trips every day and find yourself stopping and starting constantly, you may want to re-route your trip. Taking the path of least resistance can do wonders for you gas consumption. It's no secret that stopping and starting constantly will lower your MPG, so taking side roads, or surface streets, where you can travel at more moderate speeds should be an alternative worth looking into.

Not only will you be driving a bit slower, but your speeds will not vary as much either. Keeping your vehicle at the same speed as much as possible is a great gas saver. You may have to plan on being on the road a bit longer, but that should not offset your gas savings so much that it does not make a difference. Simply leave earlier than you usually do to allot for the extra time spent driving at a slower speed.
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