GAE 017572 01 450x620 GAE InfographicBackToSchoolCommute .pdf
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The end of summer is not just back-to-school season. It is also an ideal time to clean out
your vehicle and take steps to maximize fuel eﬃciency. How can motorists do their part?
Read on for ﬁve surprising statistics for commuters during the 2015-16 back to school season.
Minutes of idling cut from your
commute saves one pound of
carbon dioxide from entering
Percent savings in
commuting by carpool,
according to AAA
Percent improvement in
gas mileage by using the
recommended grade of
Percent improvement in gas
mileage by ﬁxing a car that has
failed an emissions test, according
to the Department of Energy
Pounds removed from
your car increases fuel
eﬃciency by 2-5%
For additional information, visit Georgia’s Clean Air Force
About Georgia’s Clean Air Force
Georgia's Clean Air Force, a partnership with the Environmental Protection Division (EPD), is
responsible for the management of the Enhanced Vehicle Emission Inspection and
Maintenance (I/M) Program throughout Atlanta's 13 metro counties. Since 1996, the Georgia
EPD has worked to reduce harmful vehicle emissions. Georgia's Inspection and Maintenance
Program has prevented tons of ozone-forming pollutants from entering the air we breathe
by identifying and repairing nearly two million heavy-polluting vehicles. For more
information, visit www.cleanairforce.com.