RV driving tips that save gas:
1. Brake less: Stopping fast and starting fast burns more fuel. Avoid having a lead foot and you should be able to save an average of 31% according to Edmunds.
2. Slow down. Driving at the speed limit can reduce gas consumption by approximately 12% according to tests conducted by Edmunds.
3. Go cruising. Your cruise control button isn’t just convenient; it’s a gas saver. When on longer trips “cruising” can decrease your gas consumption by approximately 7% according to Edmunds testing.
4. Shut down. Too often we leave the engine running because we’re just “running into the store” or “dropping something off at a friend’s”, etc. If you’re going to idling longer than 60 seconds…turn the engine off. You’ll save up to 20% according to Edmunds.
Gerard Pedata of Pedata RV Center said, “RV drivers are often quite frugal. They budget carefully and they make the most of every trip and vacation. Part of that is being aware of the potential savings that are out there.”
Pedata RV Center sells used RVs, travel trailers, fifth wheels, campers, and motor homes. Their full inventory is accessible online and due to their low overhead costs they are able to offer competitive pricing in their industry. Easy access to industry and recreational vehicle information allows consumers to have access to the specific knowledge they need to ensure their purchase results in long term satisfaction.