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Ways To Make Your Car More Eco-Friendly

Ways To Make Your Car More Eco-Friendly

ALEXANDRIA, VA – Society has shifted to an eco-conscious perspective, delivering fresh innovations and revelations in the automotive world. The future of automobiles is green and bright, but the truth is, not every person can currently afford to own or drive a green or electric-powered machine. Instead, individual car owners today have to be creative and resourceful to lessen the damage their vehicles do to the environment.

While collective carpooling and car-sharing—alongside walking and biking—remain viable options, there are many ways to make your car more eco-friendly at present. Here’s how you can reduce the carbon skid mark of your automobile.

Try To Stay In Perfect Tune

Any well-maintained vehicle automatically has an environmentally conscious edge. When car owners faithfully stick to the schedule of preventive maintenance and tune-ups, they’re helping carry their weight. If you don’t already, do your best to follow the recommendations on your car’s manual for regular tune-ups. For a smoother ride, boosted fuel efficiency, and fewer released carbon emissions, you can’t go wrong by doing the right thing.

Follow Best Practices for Greener Driving

Did you know that if driving a bit slower doesn’t just reduce your chances of getting into a car crash or receiving a speeding ticket—you also save on your overall fuel economy? Instead of pounding the pedal to the floor, let up on your lead foot and leave the need for tremendous speed to professional race car drivers.

One of the top ways to make your car more eco-friendly is to work on your driving habits and utilize ideal techniques. You can diminish your impact on Mother Nature by driving wise, avoiding sudden starts and stops, going the speed limit, and combining multiple errands into one trip. This type of hypermiling is a sure method for improving fuel efficiency out on the road.

Replace Old Parts With Quality Options

Your car is a complex machine filled with a slew of systems and components that you can switch out or alter for the better. There’s a plethora of aftermarket parts to change out your stock parts with. Invest in sustainable tires made of safer materials, or replace your old air filter with a reusable, higher-quality option.

Don’t forget about different mods to enhance engine performance, which offer superior capability and fuel efficiency. It’s time to slam on the brakes of your car’s carbon footprint and protect the environment for the future that lies ahead.

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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