Thursday, December 3, 2009


Twenty percent of all the earth's greenhouse gases is released from automobile exhaust, contributing to air pollution and global warming, producing a single car releases into the air 4 tons of CO2 and 318 kg of other air pollutants.

How Can You Make Your Driving Greener?
Reguler engine maintenance increases gas consumption by 25%.
Drive smart & efficiently
Less driving means fewer emissions.
Every 1 liter of gasoline saved keeps 2.4 kg of CO2 out of the atmosphere.
Walk, ride a bicycle, carpool, or take public transportation more often.
Increasing speed from 100 km/h to 120 km/h increases gas consumption by 20%.
Planning ahead your route and time helps save gasoline and money.
Go easy on air conditioner
Air conditioning increases gas consumption by 20%.
Use air conditioner only as needed.
Reduce idling
Turn off the engine, idling wastes gasoline and money.
Drive smoothly
Driving at a constant speed saves gasoline and money.
Avoid sudden acceleration and hard braking.
Check tire pressure regularly
Properly inflated tires are safer to use and help improve gas consumption by more than 3%.
For accurate results, measure tire pressure when the tires are cold.

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