Fuel Saving Tip Of The Week

September 26, 2011

My grandmother, God bless her, was a two-footed driver her entire life. Her right foot she kept on the gas, her left she kept resting on the brake pedal. If you drive like her, you might not realize that even the smallest bit of pressure on the brake pedal causes the brakes to clamp down. You might not even feel it, but even the tiniest bit of mechanical drag from the brakes can suck your fuel tank dry in a hurry. Plus, it wears out your brakes prematurely, as well, and brake job is equal to a bunch of lattes!

The above was written by Garret McKinnon and was published in the Fall 2011 edition of VEhicle MD