Drive better, drive smarter
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Making small changes in the way you drive and performing basic maintenance on your vehicle will save you money on pollution-causing fuel. Plus, you'll reduce your greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Start by driving slower, getting regular tune-ups including oil changes and reducing your heating and air-conditioning usage. Remember that jack rabbit starts consume 50% more fuel than steady acceleration and low tire pressure can cause your car to use 3-5% more fuel.
Take the Smart Drive Challenge to learn more about how to drive better to save fuel. Recruitment will open in February 2018 for this Canada-wide program. By participating, you’ll learn how to reduce your daily driving impact and get rewarded for your efforts. Go to SmartDriveChallenge.ca to sign up.