Question about Honda Civic
1. Use correctly setted tires on original rims, verify & adjust each wheel tire pressure, cold tires. Use nitrogen instead of air inside tires!
2. Check up each wheel for easy & free rotation without any brake force.
3. Use a good quality engine oil & oil filter. Replace oil & oil filter if necessary.
4. Use a good quality transmission oil. Replace transmission oil if necessary.
5. Do not use exterior luggage boxes upon the car.
6. Set up an "economy mode" driving style! Without racing type accelerations, and so much as possible less brakes applied. If you have a manual gearbox, or if you have an automatic transmission, do not increase engine rpm too much when you change gears, only for let engine running. Use engine brake also, in order to prevent pedal brake application so much as possible. Your safety is most important!
If your car is in good condition, the most important thing for fuel economy is your driving style! Do not forget that!
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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