With fuel prices on the rise, motorists are especially mindful ways to optimize fuel economy. But as with with most any subject, there are myths and there are realities. CBC News has posted an article discussing 6 commonly held myths on improving gas mileage. They include:
- Over-inflate your tires
- Fill your tires with nitrogen
- Get gas in the morning
- Open windows cause drag
- Shift into neutral when driving downhill
- Change your air filter regularly
Check out 6 Myths About Saving on Gas. Also take special note of the feature in the right-hand column entitled “5 ways to really save on gas”.