Do you feel that the car has to be heated before it can be driven every time. It’s not at all. There are many types of car drivers, especially among the new car drivers, which are not really here but you can tell about some of the general assumptions or myths that people are in the middle but this is not right.
1. Need to heat the engine before driving
There is a belief that the car’s engine should be heated before driving. It is not so. Nowadays, most cars are using fuel injection technology. In earlier times the engine was carbureted, where it was impossible to adjust the air / fuel mixer on the basis of temperature. But the fuel injection automatically adjusts the fuel and air ratio and also runs in cold temperatures. Nowadays the engine of cars is designed in such a way that it gets hotter more quickly.
2. Mileage of car running with AC is less
Usually this happens in the case of slow speed and the fuel condition burns if the air conditioner is ‘On’. However, keeping the windows down if the speed is high, the fuel efficiency decreases. In such a situation, it would be better that you run your car on high speed keeping the air conditioner ‘on’ because the role of air is important here.
3. Manual transmission is more fuel efficient than automatic
Automatic Transmission is new technology and it can also be correct. Variable transmissions with recent technological advances, such as infinite gear ratios, reduce the benefits of manual transmission. In many cases the engine with automatic transmission can prove to be more beneficial.
4. To save money, buy petrol-diesel in the morning
This argument is believed to be solid when the temperature cools down. So you get more fuel per liter but it’s not like that. Gasoline is stored in the tank within the earth, where temperature fluctuations are very low. So the gas coming from the nozzle comes with a similar density.
5. Premium Fuel gives you more power
There are many people who spend extra money on the petrol pump for premium fuel. but it’s not like that. However, some high performance cars require a premium gas, so you can use regular fuel in the ‘non-premium’ car without any issue. The premium fuel is not much refined compared to the common fuel, it is only more compactable. This is suitable for those engines which are high compression ratios.