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Fuel Wise programme aims to improve driving efficiency

Global Action Plan’s Fuel Wise programme claims to improve driving efficiency by 16%, significantly reducing CO2 emissions and the amount spent on fuel.

Based on the average van driver’s mileage and fuel consumption, it says a 16% improvement in driving efficiency would add up to a £789 saving per year, while the average car driver could save £200 per year.

Global Action Plan’s Fuel Wise programme aims to tackle the root causes of inefficient driving using Eco Driving simulators and behaviour change workshops.

“Eco-driving is about changing our driving styles so we use less fuel, reduce CO2 emissions and save money,” said Trewin Restorick, CEO at Global Action Plan.

“It’s one thing to teach someone the techniques to drive efficiently it’s another thing to ensure that those behaviours stick. Global Action Plan is committed to making carbon emission cuts happen."
 


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