Avoid Unnecessarily Overloading the Roof of your Car.

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May 15, 2009

A car overloaded on the roof greatly increases its air resistance and therefore its fuel consumption.

You must therefore avoid overloading your car with a gallery, a roof rack, a bicycle rack, a roof box or even a luggage rack when it is not needed.

Driving light also means offloading your car to consume less gasoline. Because the heavier your car, the more it consumes!

Savings made

Without a loaded luggage rack on the roof, my car consumes up to 4% less gasoline. Far from being negligible.

By charging my car only in the cabin, I save a maximum on my fuel budget.

Using all the tips of eco-driving is an effective way to reduce your fuel consumption.

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