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Keep Tire Pressure High

Low tire pressure means more rolling resistance, which means more fuel consumption to move the car. Not to mention driving on under-inflated tires puts the driver at risk to tire blowouts and/or accidents, especially when turning. Check the inside of the driver door for a sticker that lists the suggested tire pressure and make sure all your tires at at that pressure. Don't forget to adjust your pressure if you're carrying a load, such as for a road trip or something.

posted by justinperkins on August 12, 2008

this tip works for 89% of voting Fuelly members.

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