To help you feel less of the price of gas, here are 5 tips to help you save money on your next fill-up.
Much cheaper gas
It may seem obvious, but the easiest way to save on fuel is to find out where the fuel is cheapest. To do this, simply take your phone and download an application listing the prices of gas stations near you. With its help, will know where the cheapest gasoline is. If you live near a border, you may just have to go to the neighboring country to pay less.
Don’t pull the trigger too hard
The important technique is the filler nozzle. You can save fuel by setting the fuel flow to a specific position: slow. The slower the gasoline flows, the less likely it is that the tank will overheat and vaporize, resulting in fuel loss.
Fill up in the morning, when it is cool
You can save fuel by setting the fuel flow to a specific position: slow flow. The slower the gasoline flows, the less likely it is that the tank will overheat and vaporize, resulting in fuel loss.
Check your tires and service your car
Shocks, temperature variations and wear have an impact on tires. A deflated tire will require more fuel to run properly. Take advantage of the pump to check the pressure of your tires, ideally before driving (when your car has been stationary for several hours)
Do not fill up on the highway
Filling up your tank on the freeway means paying a lot more than at a gas station located a few kilometers away from the network. According to Le Parisien, which based itself on data from the Ministry of Ecological Transition, the price of diesel per liter increases by 8% when you are on the highway and that of unleaded 95 + E10 by 6.6%. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)