Fuel consumption when idling: It’s not just the Fuel that you should worry about.
By definition, Idling fuel consumption is the amount of fuel an engine consumes while running at idle, which is when the vehicle is stationary with the engine running but not moving. Idling fuel consumption can vary depending on factors such as engine size, air conditioning load, and electrical load, but it is generally higher than the fuel consumption rate when the vehicle is moving. First, idling consumes fuel unnecessarily and can significantly reduce a vehicle’s fuel efficiency. This can increase fuel costs and higher greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to environmental pollution and climate change. Second, … Read more