Sasol Turbofuels™ keeps your engine clean and operating efficiently, thereby saving you fuel.
Hard acceleration and braking use much more fuel than when you accelerate gently and allow your car to coast down to a stop.
Under-inflated tyres have higher rolling resistance and will increase fuel consumption. Some vehicles have different tyre pressure recommendations for “efficiency” or “comfort” – choose the higher pressures under the efficiency recommendation.
Open windows increase the aerodynamic drag of your car, especially at higher speeds. To save fuel, keep your windows closed.
Your car’s air conditioning system is driven off the engine and using it, puts an additional load on the engine. For the best fuel economy, use your air conditioner sparingly.
Fuel consumption increases exponentially with vehicle speed, so driving at moderate speeds will save you money.