What does one mile (kilometer) of driving cost your operation?
Use the calculator below to find savings by reducing miles driven.
Keep tires properly inflated, rotated and replaced.
Proper tire inflation increases fuel economy by as much as 5%.
Don't Idle when stopped. 1.32 galloons (5 liters) of fuel
is burned when an engine idles for approximately 1 hour at rest (900 RPM).
Watch your speed. At speeds above 60 mph (95
kph), the fuel loss is about 1% for every 2 mph (3.5 kph) increase in speed.
Keep your car tuned. Proper tuning not only
increases fuel economy by up to 10%, but it also reduces air pollution.
Use your air conditioner wisely. Air conditioners
can increase your fuel consumption by up to 12% in stop-and-go traffic.
Unnecessary weight wastes fuel. Every 100
lbs (45 kg) of extra weight consumes 1% more fuel.