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Tyres Can Save Fuel

Tyres are engineered to give the driver a smoother ride. Every day they design a tyre with a tread or material that can be used to make your drive less bumpy and rough.

The main factors that cause a high usage of fuel are the heavier cars. Not only does the shaft have to give a great force to pull the car along but it also has to be able to grip onto the surface.

When it comes to the faster, higher performing cars the tyres need to have more contact with the floor and a narrower tread. Although these cars already use quite an amount of fuel, the tyres will help the car from consuming too much.

The less you have to rev your car the less fuel will be used in the process of driving. An example of over-revving would be accelerating the car over 3000 RPM when it’s not necessary. Some cars won’t need to use all this power because their cars grip to the floor and tar very well.

When it rains you will notice that your car will slip and slide especially if you don’t have the correct tyres for that kind of weather. If there is no way for the water to escape through the tyre it will cause the car to slide. You will automatically put foot down on the brakes to avoid slipping. This is another reason how fuel can be wasted. The correct tyres will allow the car to travel normally in wet conditions with minimal skidding.

The amount of fuel used is also up to you and how responsible you are when you drive. For example, if you are driving at a normal speed you can just let the car cruise on low acceleration. When you need to slow down for a traffic light, you can release the acceleration slowly and start applying the brakes to save fuel.