You can’t control the price of gas however, you can control how much gas (and money) you will burn. With just a few simple adjustments you can increase your gas mileage and save a lot of money.
Getting Ed-Ucated on saving gas and money:
Give yourself more time to get where you are going. In a hurry? Slow down. Rapid starts and stops will waste gas. Driving efficiently could increase your mileage up to 33%.
Stick to the speed limits and use your cruise control on the highway.
Keep your car tuned up and your tires properly inflated.
Remember to change your gas and air filters regularly.
Use the correct kind of gas for your car. Don’t put 87 octane in a car that is designed to run on premium gas. Consult your owner manual if you have questions about what kind of gas to use.
Junk in the trunk? Remove excess weight. No I am not talking about you going to the gym. I am talking about removing unnecessary heavy items from your car.
Following these few simple tips can greatly improve your gas mileage and keep dollars in your pocket.