All four tires should be checked every month to reduce emissions and improve gas mileage.
Properly inflated tires keep you safe, save you money, reduce emissions, and make your tires last longer.
False. Topping off your tank at the pump can release fumes that damage the air and harms the environment.
Not topping off your tank and tightening your gas cap immediately after filling it up can prevent harmful pollutants from damaging the air.
The extra gas from topping off can leak into your car and the environment, causing serious damage.
Filling up your tank in the middle of the day when it’s hot outside heats gas fumes, releasing ground-level ozone that contributes to smog and other air quality issues.
Heating gas fumes can release harmful, ground-level ozone into the air.
True. It’s better to turn your car off and restart it than to idle in drive-thrus.
Idling your car for 30 seconds uses more gas than restarting it.
Accelerating too quickly and braking hard can increase emissions and lower your gas mileage. You also increase your chances of looking like a jerk.
False. Extra weight can reduce fuel economy and increase emissions.
The more vehicles, the more emissions are released into the environment. Sporty or not.
Biking and walking are great forms of exercise and reduce emissions by 100%.
Electric and hybrid cars are clean, low-emission vehicles.
True. Regular maintenance reduces emissions. Who knows, your next best friend may be your mechanic.
False. Get your vehicle checked immediately. It can reduce emissions and improve gas mileage. And seriously, do you want to be that person broken down on the side of the road?
Energy-conserving oil improves the fuel economy of your vehicle. If you picked C, you need to get out of the kitchen more often.