Owning a car comes with many expenses, including insurance, maintenance, and fuel. Sometimes, an owner could cut down on costs by following some helpful steps. Following a few established tips for better fuel economy could save significant money during the year. Maybe the money saved could go towards paying insurance premiums or routine maintenance.

Ironically, routine maintenance helps improve fuel economy. Driving on fresh oil and using the most appropriate motor oil helps cars get better gas mileage. Driving on properly inflated tires does, as well. And when driving, try not to go too fast or decrease speed too harshly. Such habits may waste fuel.

Keeping a cargo or bike rack on the roof when it is no longer of any use adds weight. That weight hurts gas mileage. Added weight in the trunk does, too. Why not clean the trunk out?

Ditschman/Flemington Lincoln in Flemington, NJ provides drivers with routine maintenance services. Our dealership may also have some models known for their fuel economy.

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