How to Maximize Fuel Mileage

The regular use of LIQUID BEARING lubricants is only one aspect of the vehicle or equipment maintenance process that should be addressed when trying to maximize fuel mileage. The mechanical condition of the vehicle is an important starting point that should not be overlooked. Attention should be given to the following areas:

Maintain proper tire inflation pressures Increase tire pressures to minimize rolling resistance.
Ensure front end alignment is correct If the vehicle pulls to one side when driving, the wheels may not be aligned properly.  This can have a detrimental effect on the fuel mileage.
Follow regular tune-up intervals Newer vehicles can go for longer periods without regular maintenance.  Older vehicles should have their plugs changed and other maintenance routines performed.

If your gas powered vehicle has a fuel-injected engine, ensure that the oxygen sensor is working properly.
Treat components with LIQUID BEARING Treat engine oils, power steering and transmission fluids with LIQUID BEARING Lubricant Treatment.  Add LIQUID BEARING Fuel Conditioner to the fuel tank.
Change oil regularly For vehicles more than two years old, add an initial treatment of LIQUID BEARING Lubricant Treatment about 500 km before the scheduled oil change in order to dislodge deposits and contamination.  Change oil on a regular basis.   Deposits will be flushed out with the old oil.  Add Lubricant Treatment with new oil.
Change all filters regularly Change oil and air filters during the oil change.  Change fuel filters every other oil change, if using the fuel conditioner. 

* Remember that LIQUID BEARING is not intended to overcome deficiencies in equipment condition or lack of proper maintenance.