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<ul><li><p>Top 7 Tips to Getting theBest Gas Mileage From Your Car</p><p>Keep Your Engine Properly Tuned</p><p>Use the Recommended Grade of Motor Oil</p><p>Drive Sensibly</p><p>Obey Speed Limits</p><p>Buy a Fuel-Efficient Car</p><p>Just a minor tune up, when done well,can help you go farther between fill-ups.</p><p>Equivalent Gasoline Savings: $0.14/gallon</p><p>Keep Tires Properly Inflated</p><p>When inflating tires, look for themanufacturer recommendation.Dont go by the info on the tire.</p><p>Equivalent Gasoline Savings:Up to $0.11/gallon</p><p>Keeping your tires inflated to the proper pressure:</p><p>+3.3%</p><p>Get a tune up:</p><p>+4%</p><p>Not just safer, paying attention to yourspeed yields savings at the pump.</p><p>Equivalent Gasoline Savings: $0.04$0.07/gallon</p><p>*Aggressive driving not only robs your car of gas mileage, but kills thousands every year. Please drive safely.</p><p>Idling: </p><p>-$0.90 to $1.80per hr </p><p>That's $4,515 extra infuel costs over five years!</p><p>*Cost savings are based on an assume fuel price of $3.61/gallon.</p><p>Equivalent Gasoline Savings: $0.04$0.07/gallon</p><p>Resource:</p><p>For each 5 mph you drive over 50 mph:</p><p>-2% per 100 lbs</p><p>Under-inflated tires: </p><p>-0.3 %</p><p>Fix a serious problem:</p><p>+40%</p><p>Aggressive drivingon the highway: </p><p>-33 %</p><p>Aggressive drivingin the city:</p><p>-5%</p><p>Equivalent Gasoline Savings:$0.18$1.19/gallon</p><p>Using the wrong grade:</p><p>- up to 2% Use the manufacturersrecommended gradeof motor oil:</p><p>+1-2%</p><p>When buying motor oil it can betempting to grab whatever is cheapestor easily available. But what you save atthe register, you pay for at the gas station.</p><p>Dont be idle.</p><p>Equivalent Gasoline Savings: $0.90-$1.80/hour</p><p>Leave your car running and watchthe gas gauge go down. Idlinguses up to half a gallon of fuel per hour!Shut off your engine when stopped.</p><p>Aggressive driving* isdefined as speeding, rapid acceleration and braking. Drive like this and see huge cuts to your mileage.</p><p>NUTLEY KIA</p><p>The difference between a car thatgets 20 MPG and one that gets 30 MPGamounts to $903 per year (assuming15,000 miles of driving annually and afuel cost* of $3.61).</p><p>+ indicates a gain in gas mileage- indicates a drop in gas mileage</p></li></ul>