How to become a more sustainable MINI Owner.
How can drivers help the environment? When did you first consider the idea that you should change the way you’ve been driving and taking care of your car? Was it sitting in a traffic jam, watching the other vehicles through the exhaust fumes? Or when you saw a stream of soapy water wash down the drain in your driveway? Make a change for the better with our tips, which cover from before you buy your car right through to maintenance and upkeep.
You’re probably thinking that buying more eco-friendly cars – electrified or fully electric vehicles – is the way to go. And there is truth to that, hence why we’re planning to have an all-electric line-up by 2030. But there’s more to it than just how your car drives. A large bulk of the CO2 emissions connected with a vehicle occur during its production process, so if you’re looking to have a smaller footprint, you should have a good idea about how your future car is manufactured. This also means that if you’re continuously buying new cars, then even if they drive more sustainably than your previous, old cars, the overall impact might be worse for the environment.