GIZ Sourcebook Module 4f: Eco Driving

From Open Energy Information

Buses in cities in developing countries are often old and fuel-intensive and are a major contributor to the negative environmental impacts in the urban areas. The driver of a vehicle is directly responsible for a more economical driving style. But he is not the only one in the chain of actors involved in transport to influence fuel consumption. Manufacturers, legislators, driving schools and vehicle holders- they all can influence the fuel consumption of vehicles in various ways. This module covers three main topics: defensive & economical driving; benefits of a more economical and defensive driving stylel and how to achieve this driving style.


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