Reduce the dependence on motor vehicles, use bicycles or walk as close as possible to reduce the weight of the city's traffic; reduce official vehicles, reduce the use of cars without affecting official duties and ensure safety; emergency official activities do need When using official vehicles, try to concentrate on the ride. Let us all be the bus family, and all of them are cyclists!
In addition, if you drive yourself, you can master the following energy-saving and environmental protection skills:
1. If you use a neutral gear to slide while driving, a 1.6-liter displacement family car can save 10 liters of gasoline per month;
2, the clutch can not be loose too fast at the start, otherwise it is both fuel-consuming and easy to extinguish;
3. When the speed is increased, the throttle should be added lightly;
4. When the red light or the vehicle in front is braked, do not rush to the brakes when the high gear rushes to the front;
5. During the driving process of the car, pay attention to the water temperature gauge. The normal water temperature of the engine should be maintained between 80 and 90 °C. If it is too high or insufficient, the fuel consumption will increase.
6. Always check the air pressure of the tire to keep it in the best condition. If the tire pressure is insufficient, it will increase the fuel consumption;
7, do not arbitrarily change the size of the tires, choose a wider tire may make the car look more "sports car flavor", but the wider the tire, the greater the wheel resistance, the more fuel consumption;
8. Use the lowest viscosity engine oil. The lower the viscosity of the engine oil, the more labor-saving the engine is, and the more fuel-efficient it is;
9, do not warm up too much. Some car owners like to warm up before going on the road before driving in the morning, but it will be more fuel-efficient to warm up for too long. You can let the car slowly drive for one or two kilometers to achieve the warm-up effect.
10. Don't overspeed. For the average car, the speed of 80 kilometers per hour is the most fuel-efficient. Statistics show that for every hour of speed increase, the fuel consumption will increase by 0.5%.
There are also some fuel-saving tips that are outside the driving: insufficient tire pressure will increase fuel consumption; try to use low-viscosity engine oil, which can also save fuel; turn on the air conditioner to ensure that the window door is closed; regular cleaning of the dust net can be Save 30% of electricity