When you drive, you will want to pay attention to your vehicle. This includes how it handles, any odd noises, or odd smells. By paying attention to how you drive, you will notice when an issue is starting to occur in the vehicle. When you notice any issues that might start to form, you will also be able to tell when you are getting poor mileage. This could be from a variety of things, one of the reasons good be the condition of the tires. If the tires are under inflated or over inflated, the will rotate poorly. More energy and fuel is needed to keep the wheels straight.


Whenever you step on the gas, the burned fuel has to go somewhere. The faster the exhaust can get spent from the system, the faster you will be able to get new fuel into the system. This of course can help to make sure that you are driving more efficiently because your vehicle does not have to force more fuel into an already flooded system. This way the pistons are able to get more done in a faster period of time. If you notice your vehicle is louder than normal, it could mean the muffler is going out.


There are other factors that will allow you to get better gas mileage like something as simple as an oil change. This will help your engine to be able to function more efficiently and produce the results that you are looking for. Cooling the system with properly functioning pumps is also important to get better mileage. After all, the engine might not be able to do its job properly if the system is getting too hot. As metal gets hot, it expands and it obstructs the ability to work. With proper inspections, you can help keep the vehicle in the best condition possible. This can help you to have a safe and enjoyable ride this summer.