Experienced drivers have all kinds of tricks for saving gas while they drive, so they can save money by not refueling as often. These run the gamut from keeping the trunk empty to turning off the engine instead of idling. If you have mastered those and want to try something more extreme to keep you away from the pump, you might consider hypermiling.
Hypermiling is employing obscure driving techniques to improve gas mileage, no matter what type of car you drive, and they aren’t always easy to do. Some hypermilers are willing to wear ice packs, so that they can keep their windows rolled up and air-conditioning off in the worst of summer. That’s a bit much for most of us, but some techniques are just slightly unconventional and do add up to savings over time.
The TV show Mythbusters tested three hypermiling techniques. On the Cheap staff has taken a look at their findings to see if the tips actually work, and review additional tips for saving fuel, so you can spend less on gas for your car.
For some tips to help you save on gas, click on the following link: