Fuel Savings

In order to calculate your results with Eco-Fuel Saver we recommend that you know or establish your baseline mileage first. In most vehicles the greatest gains will be achieved on the 3rd, 4th and 5th tanks using Eco-Fuel Saver. The best test is open highway driving- not the accelerating, stopping and idling of city driving (it increases fuel range for city driving, too, but it is difficult to gauge how much extra accelerating and idling one did with Eco-Fuel Saver in the city so the results are harder to calculate in a city test than an open highway test).

IMPORTANT: Make sure that you drive the same route when doing a test or comparison. You cannot drive up and down mountain roads pulling a heavy load and compare the data with an unladen cruise across the prairies. For example: A person may be able to drive from Calgary to Vancouver on 120 litres, but cannot drive from Vancouver to Calgary on the same amount of fuel. Why? Vancouver is at sea level, and climbing “uphill” to Calgary at 6000 ft. above sea level burns more fuel than driving “downhill” from Calgary to Vancouver. Weather changes and air to fuel ratios also make a difference to test results.

1. Fill up your vehicle as usual.

2. Reset your trip odometer to zero on your dashboard panel.

3. Reset your kms/L or L/100 kms calculator to zero.

4. Drive a HIGHWAY route until your fuel tank is almost empty.

5. Record your mileage and the kms/L or L/100 kms you achieved.

6. Re-fuel using the required amount of Eco-Fuel Saver (30 ml for every 60 litres of fuel is all that is needed. DO NOT UNDER-MIX or you will not achieve results).

7. Pour Eco-Fuel Saver in your tank first, as fueling will help run the product down into the tank and it will mix better.

8. Reset your trip odometer and kms/L or L/100 kms again.