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Opportunity for retro-fitted fuel-saving technology with motorists

Over three quarters of motorists would consider retro-fitting their car in some way to improve economy and save money, according to an eco-motoring survey.

According to TheGreenCarWebsite, which surveyed 502 online visitors to the website, measures such as retro-fitting a hybrid or EV system, engine chipping or a conversion to allow a vehicle to run on a different fuel type such as biofuel or LPG, are just some of the measures drivers would consider if available.

Easier modifications to improve fuel economy under consideration include things such as removing factory-fitted roof racks, adding a belly pan or covering the wheels with smooth covers.

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