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Geisinger becomes the first member of Risant Health

Changing your driving habits can save you money on gas, maintenance and tires — and save the environment, too.

1. Slow down. 
Fuel consumption increases about 5% for every 5 mph you drive above 60 mph.

2. Ease up on the pedals.
Rapid starts and hard stops can increase fuel usage by 40% but reduce travel time by only 4%.

3. Drive cool.
Avoid driving during the hottest parts of the day. Cooler, denser air can boost power and mileage.

4. Stay cool.
Use the air conditioner when driving more than 40 mph.

5. Keep cruising.
Get a 7% average fuel savings by using cruise control while driving on flat highways.

6. Use your car’s features.
If your vehicle has an “ECO” setting, use it.

7. Turn it off.

Idling wastes fuel.

Eco-driving — it’s a win for everyone, including your car, which benefits, too!
Aerial view of car on a road

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