Did you know you can get better mileage just by decreasing resistance caused by all the little shapes and bolts under your car?
Here’s another tip to improve the mileage of your car, simply put a smooth surface underneath to reduce any resistance your car may give you. Remember — every little bit counts!
Use an App to Track Your Mileage
If you've ever had to fill out mileage expenses, you know full well that it can be a tiresome task. So if you want to track your gas and mileage without having to work it out with a calculator every month, you can use apps like MileIQ.
This App works by logging your drives and can give you detailed reports on your mileage. Nifty!
Install a Mini-Fridge
Working from your car all the time doesn't mean you have to source all of your sustenance from drive-through windows. When you can get a decent mini-fridge for your car for under $100, you have no excuse not to be eating healthy on the road.
If you drive a lot and spend most of your meals in the car, you might as well install a mini-fridge to store healthy food, instead of ordering fast food all the time.
Cereal Trash Can
Garbage can accumulate fairly quickly in a car, especially if you take long trips or have children.
The best way to keep your car clean is by keeping an empty cereal container in your car, with a plastic bag fitted inside for easy removal. This can serve as your designated trash can in the car and it won't even take up too much space.
Pool Noodle Garage Bumper
Those of you who park in a garage will know how annoying it is to hit the car door with the garage wall when getting out of the car. This hack will make sure that never happens again.
Grab a pool noodle and screw it or glue it to the wall where your door will touch it once you open it. Now you know your door will never get scratched or damaged. A simple, DIY garage bumper.