3. Driving in the highest gear possible without laboring the engine is a fuel-efficient way of driving. Driving at 60 km/hr, a vehicle will use 25 per cent more fuel in third gear than it would in fifth. Traveling at fast rates in low gears can consume up to 45 per cent more fuel than is needed. If you have an onboard trip computer, you probably have an “Instant fuel economy” setting. Watch this gauge and keep the Ltrs per 100 km as low as you can. So all the best with the fuel consumption in traffic, my fellow
Kenyans do you feel me?
4. When appropriate, use your cruise control. This can save you up to 6 per cent in fuel consumption on the highway.