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© Les Kelly 2010 Driver Certificate of Professional Competence Course Eleven Fuel Efficient Driving
Aerodynamics Braking Clutch control Cruise control Forward planning Gear selection Hazards Factors that affect Fuel Consumption © Les Kelly 2010
Barriers to Fuel Efficiency Poor vehicle specification Lack of driver training from employer Driver cannot be bothered to try new techniques Pressure from traffic office to get the job done yesterday © Les Kelly 2010
Is based upon Always questioning the actions of other road users Never relying on other road users to do the right thing Constantly protecting the space around your vehicle Always expecting others to make mistakes and being ready for them Putting road safety above all other concerns Economical Driving & Fuel Efficiency © Les Kelly 2010
NOT! Copyright Les Kelly 2010 CTDHC Aerodynamic Aids The aerodynamics have been lost thanks to the added lights and bull bars
On the Road Keep a constant speed Drive defensively Skip or Block change gears Maintain the highest possible gear Keep the engine in the green band and let it lug Do not double de-clutch Use the cruise control Look ahead and anticipate the situation Ease off the accelerator before applying the brakes Good practice Driving Tips © Les Kelly 2010
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Once the engine is running, squeeze the clutch in as far as it will go then select first gear. Set the gas by pressing the gas pedal to about the thickness.
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