The BBC investigates how motorists are saving fuel

March 9th, 2011 by Richard Lord

With growing concern about the rising cost of fuel, British motorists are taking steps to reduce fuel use.

The BBC reports that there are record numbers of bicyclists and walkers and “a lot of people are combining journeys.  Instead of popping out twice they are popping out once.”

“Fewer car journeys means less pollution, fewer road accidents and shorter traffic jams, all of which would be welcomed my many,” states the article by Tom Geoghegan.

 

Getting stuck in traffic is no fun and a waste of expensive fuel (click image to expand - ©RLLord)

The BBC article has a list of useful advice from the AA Driving School about how to reduce fuel use when driving.

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