The more work the mower has to do the more gas it uses. Keeping the blades sharp is a must for fuel economy, since dull blades force the engine to turn slower. In order to compensate for the slow speed, the fuel system adds more fuel in an attempt to bring the engine back to running RPM. Make sure that the air pressure in the tires is set correctly. Keep the engine tuned up: keep spark plugs, air filter and engine oil in top condition. Only mow a dry lawn (the extra weight and poor traction of wet grass cause the mower to use more gasoline). Finally, try to wait a little longer between cuts, since letting the grass get a little longer between cuts saves money on gasoline and is better for your lawn’s health.
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