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Eco Driving

Eco Driving is wisdom for living in the era of high oil prices and energy conservation. Through Hankook’s eco-driving methods, your trip will be more efficient.

Eco Driving is wisdom for living in the era of high oil prices and energy conservation. Through Hankook’s eco-driving methods, your trip will be more efficient.

Guide to Eco Driving

Keep Your Car as Light as Possible

For every 100kg of weight in your boot, fuel efficiency decreases up to 6% on a mid-size saloon. A vehicles fuel efficiency is also very sensitive to air friction, for example installing a roof rack may decrease fuel efficiency by up to 20%.

Maintain the Tyres Recommended Air Pressure

If you are driving with tyres that are 50kPA less than the recommended air pressure fuel efficiency may decrease by up to 6% in the city and 4% on the highway.

When in Idle for Longer Periods of Time Turn Off the Engine or Put the Gear in Neutral Position

If your car is idle for over one minute with the engine running it consumes more fuel than when starting your car. In 10 minutes, your car will consume 130cc of fuel.

Refrain from Abrupt Acceleration / Quick Starts

Gradual acceleration enhances fuel efficiency. Accelerating about 20km/h through five seconds enhances fuel efficiency by about 11km.

Use Engine Brakes

Taking your feet off the accelerator to slow down could enhance your fuel efficiency by 2%.
 

Additional Recommendations for Economic Driving

• Use Air Conditioning Sparingly

• Use Tyres That Enhance Fuel Efficiency

• Keep the Windows and the Sunroof Closed When the Car is in Motion

• Drive Under Low RPM’s (Revolutions Per Minute)


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