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Liss1 Liss1 8 years
They only time i let my car warm up is when i am trying to scrape ice and snow off my car it makes it a little easier to melt everything.
starangel82 starangel82 8 years
I changed my driving habits a while back when gas was so high. I used to have a bad lead foot (still do, but eh). I finally made myself even out my driving, speed, and acceleration. It really made a difference.
magickalrealism magickalrealism 8 years
The number one way? Drives less, and when possible, use mass transit. Saves a bundle.
katie225 katie225 8 years
great tips! i hate it when people accelerate too quickly. i accelerate smoothly, and people are impatient and speed around me. that's fine! i'm getting 35+ mpg, and those people probably aren't! :)
bleached bleached 8 years
Those are tips that I've already heard but the first tip is just not something that is feasible where I live. Maybe if I lived somewhere that didn't have 6 months of winter
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Great tips! Although the first one says not to let your car idle but the 2nd says not to drive on a cold engine so how long is best to let my car warm up with my remote start?
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