If you hadn't thought of upgrading your car to an electric one before, it's probably crossed your mind in the last few weeks. With gas prices at an all-time high, with no end in sight, there has been a renewed focus on fuel economy.
Filling your gas tank accounts for around 20% of your driving cost.
While cars are more fuel-efficient than ever before, the recent gas price surge primarily driven by the war in Ukraine has sent drivers worldwide struggling to find fuel-efficient or alternative car options.
Here are 5 things you can do to help your wallet (and the planet).
Ready for an electric car? Buckle up! With more hybrid plug-ins and zero-emission vehicles sold in Canada in 2021 than ever before, the future is green.
But if you're not on the market for one just yet, there are still easy ways to help you go green.
Cool off on the A/C; roll down the windows or use your vehicle's climate control system (if you have one)
Car maintenance. Car maintenance. Car maintenance!
Add a cleaning agent into the fuel system to remove grime deposits or use premium fuel with these additives
Change the oil: reduce your vehicle's emissions by ensuring your car's running at optimum efficiency
Upgrade your car: we're suckers for oldies, but with stringent environmental legislation, newer cars are way more fuel-efficient
5- BMW: Bike. Metro. Walk.
The greenest BMW of them all.: save money and the planet, one bus at a time.
The transportation sector is responsible for over 25% of Canada's greenhouse gas emissions, with cars accounting for almost half. Quit endless commutes and traffic jams, and lower your carbon footprint by taking the bus (plus catch up on the latest Netflix shows on the way to work)
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