Michelin energy saver A/S, Cooper GFE, Dunlop SP sport 7000 A/S, Bridgestone Ecopia EP100 and Bridgestone Ecopia EP422 are examples of good tires for boosting your gas mileage. These tires are great because they increase fuel efficiency without affecting handling, responsiveness and braking. However, it is important to note that all these tires are more fuel efficient when adequately inflated.
Tires that have a low rolling resistance are more fuel efficient. With the help of technology, car owners do not have to compromise handling and brake performance to achieve a higher gas mileage. Tire manufacturers have lowered rolling resistance by introducing weight optimizing processes and new tread compounds.
Tire Track conducted a real world road test to reveal the amount of fuel the owner of a Toyota Prius can save if he uses fuel efficient tires. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a Prius has a city fuel economy of about 46 miles per gallon. The results reveal that drivers who use low rolling resistance tires can save up to 21 gallons a year if they drive 15,000 miles in a year.
According to the test by Tire Track, Michelin energy saver A/S provided both fuel efficiency and comfort. The Bridgestone Ecopia EP100 boosts the vehicle's gas mileage, has great noise comfort and handles wonderfully.