Myth: To save money during the warmer summer months, you should try to limit driving to early morning or later at night.

Fact: If your car is in good condition, it doesn’t matter what time of the day you drive.

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Well, that all depends on the coefficient of drag of the automobile, the wind resistance as far as type as tread on the tires, and the rolling resistance of the tires combined with the axle ratio, and the horsepower and torque output of the engine. If you have all of those factors, and you can do the equation then what you come up with is a determination as to whether you drive at high noon or midnight. That can save you a lot of fuel in the long run.

Just kidding folks! It really doesn’t matter. If you’re car is in good shape you can drive it any part of the day, hot, cold, doesn’t make any difference.