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Eco Driving


Keep Your Car as Light as Possible

For every 100kg of weight in your trunk, fuel efficiency decreases up to 6% on a mid-size sedan. A vehicle’s fuel efficiency is also very sensitive to air friction. When you install a roof rack, fuel efficiency may decrease by up to 20%.


Maintain the Tire’s Recommended Air Pressure

If you are driving with tires 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.


Turn off the engine or Shift the gear into 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.


Avoid Quick Starts and Sudden Stops

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


Use Engine Brakes

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


Wet Driving

Safety Precautions

1. Tires with heavy wear are at a disadvantage for wet driving. Be sure to check tire wear beforehand.

2. Reduce driving speed just before turning. While turning, maintain a constant speed.

3. If you lose control of vehicle maneuvering while wet driving, do not suddenly press down on the brake or accelerator. Also, with one foot slightly pressing the accelerator, do not suddenly jerk the steering wheel until you have recovered vehicle maneuvering.

4. Drive with both hands.

Winter Driving

Safety Precautions

1. Always drive with two hands on the steering wheel.

2. Before turning a corner, make sure to slow down.

3. Do not accelerate while turning a corner. In the case where you accelerate or brake abruptly, your vehicle may lose balance.

4. Use brakes on straight roads.

5. On a downhill, use the engine brake.

6. Refrain from switching lanes on roads with a lot of snow.

7. On icy roads, you need at least eight times the distance compared to a dry road keep your distance from the next vehicle in front of you.