Driving smoothly and steadily makes the best use of your fuel. If you can, avoid hard acceleration or braking. Once up to speed, maintain a steady pace in top gear. Varying your speed a lot wastes fuel. A vehicle’s gas mileage decreases rapidly at speeds above 60 mph. Smooth acceleration, cornering and braking not only save fuel but also extend the life of the engine, transmission, brakes and tires.
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