The fuel efficiency of tires is dependant on rolling resistence, or the amount of force needed to keep tires rolling at a constant speed. The greater the force, the less efficient the tires are. Less resistent tires also puts less strain on your engine. Tires that are underinflated are also less efficient. The second citation to this answer has a list of the tires with the lowest rolling resistence. Drive efficently!
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