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Automotive Press Release : 16 Nov 2016

Experience the new and exhilarating 1.5-litre Turbo MG GS at the 33rd Motor Expo The NEW MG3 with new trim will also be featured at the exposition Automotive—16 Nov 16

The latest addition of the MG3 boasts new trim with two-tone colour, adding even more fun to the overall design. MG Sales (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the distributor of world renowned British car brand MG, is soon to launch the new Sport SUV, The NEW MG GS

Money Down the Drain: Fuel Efficient Driving Habits Thai Drivers are Missing Automotive—16 Nov 16

Bangkok--16 Nov--Hill+Knowlton Strategies
More than three in four Thai drivers don't' know to use GPS to set the best route before starting a drive
Up to 79 percent of Thai drivers are unaware that using cruise control can save you money at the pump
Fuel efficiency survey commissioned by Ford Motor Company covered 9,500 drivers across 11 markets in Asia Pacific, including 1,026 Thai respondents
Thai drivers say they are confident on the road and knowledgeable about what constitutes 'good driving', but when asked to identify key fuel-saving driving techniques, most were misinformed.
In a recent survey conducted by Ford Motor Company, 1,026 Thai drivers were asked about their driving habits and fuel efficiency knowledge
Ninety-three percent claimed they knew how to drive their car for maximum fuel efficiency, and 97 percent said they make a concerted effort to drive efficiently on a daily basis.

"When it comes to fuel efficiency, unfortunately there's a yawning gap between what most of us think we know, and what we actually know," said Kevin Tallio, chief engineer, Engine Engineering, Ford Asia Pacific. "For example, our survey showed that most people haven't thought about the potential fuel saving benefits of using GPS or cruise control."

So, what did Thai drivers get wrong abou