Fuel Saving Tips
If you've taken a physics course, you likely understand many things involved with driving. If you haven't ever taken physics, perhaps you should take a course or read a book/article on it. Physics is immensely important in regards to driving a car. Tire traction in different elements, engine providing acceleration or deceleration, all the moving parts, steering, braking, potential and kinetic energy. Our vehicles are truly amazing with all the physics they demonstrate on a daily basis. The more you know, the better off your odds of attaining the best MPG!
posted by falas on April 5, 2016
this tip works for 71% of voting Fuelly members.