Check your tires.
Your car’s engine has to work harder to get under-inflated tires rolling. Make sure tires are inflated to the proper pressure (you get the most accurate reading when the tires are cold) before you leave for any trip.
Easy on the gas. And the brake.
Try to cut back on quick accelerations and sudden braking. By gradually braking and accelerating, you’ll get more miles out of every tank.
Steady as she goes.
Try to drive at a constant speed whenever you can. It’s less taxing on the engine and your gas budget. Take advantage of cruise control.
The less weight you have in the car, the less work the engine has to perform. Also, anytime you can pack bags inside your car rather than on the hood or in a trailer, you’ll save gas.
Keep up with regular maintenance. Regular tune-ups and oil changes keep your car running smoothly. Be sure to check and change your air filters, belts and spark plugs regularly.
Here are some helpful links:
AAA – Gas Prices
American Automobile Association presents average gasoline prices from around the United States. Check out statistics by state or region.
Gasoline Price Data
The official U.S. government source for fuel economy information
Gasoline price information for all states and selected U.S. Cities. These links will help you find the lowest price gasoline in your town. National and Regional Fuel Prices.
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