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As fuel cost keep rising uncontrollably  anything that you can do will help your bottom line.

Drive Green and save fuel and the enviroment.

How to drive green.

  • Accelerate sensibly no need to drag race from each stop
  • Use cruse control when possible
  • Don't use your brakes so much coast when you can.
  • There is no need to see if your vehicle can do 90mph increased speed has a direct relationship on fuel economy.
  • Take the 3 twelve pack of sodas in the trunk out reducing 100 lbs can save you up to 1%.
  • Turn off the AC when you can / use the  overdrive if you have it.
  • Tire alignment / Air those tires up for every 3lbs low you lose about 1% fuel economy tire may loss 1lbs of pressure a month so check regularly.
  •  Change oil and get regular tune ups.
  • On cold days only allow your car to idle no more than a minute idling get you ZERO-MPH

 

 

 

 

NADA’s Energy Stewardship Initiative

The first of 2007, NADA and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star Program in cooperation announced an Energy Stewardship Initiative to help advance and improve the energy efficiency of dealership facilities and operations.

 

 

 

 

 

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Green  cars

TOYOTA PRIUS

HONDA CIVIC HYBRID

HONDA FIT

HONDA FIT

SUBARU OUTBACK WAGON

NISSAN ROGUE CHEVROLET TAHOE HYBRID C1500

 

low-rolling-resistance (LRR) replacement tires

 

 http://www.fueleconomy.gov/

 

 

 

 

 

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Alternative fuels

Biodiesel
Electricity
Ethanol
Hydrogen
Methanol
Natural Gas
Propane

other fuels

Biobutanol
Biogas
Biomass to Liquids (BTL)
Coal to Liquids (CTL)
Fischer-Tropsch Diesel
Gas to Liquids (GTL)
Hydrogenation-Derived Renewable Diesel (HDRD)
P-Series
Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel