The aims of eco-driving are straightforward enough — to save fuel and cut emissions. Company car drivers have been able to go on eco-driving courses for several years, but wider interest will be raised by the inclusion of eco-driving in the driving test.
Driving examiners make an eco-driving assessment of learner drivers, though doing badly won’t result in a fail. At the moment the focus is on giving feedback to improve driving techniques.
The Driving Standards Agency says most drivers should see around an 8% fuel saving from eco-driving.
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