Due to the fact that the gas price is sky-rocket high around the world, Steve Knight has compiled a list of 25 ways to “how to save at the pump” from varies sites from Google Search. Some of them are very useful tips. If you are driving, be sure to check it out. Here are some hightlight tips:
- Find the places near you that offer the cheapest gas and shop there first.
- Check your tire pressure. Under-inflated tires require more energy to roll. The placard on the inside drivers door is where you’ll find the correct tire pressure (usually about 28 PSI). Consider replacing worn tires with Low Rolling Resistance (LRR) tires.
- Fill up on weekdays—because prices usually rise on the weekend. The cheapest times to buy gas are typically Tuesday midday or Wednesday morning.
- Fill up at night because pumps deliver more gas when temperatures are lower.
- Buy gas from busy gas stations. Stations that are consistently busy have their tanks refilled regularly, which means the fuel is more likely to be fresh. Fresh gas has more power than gas that has become contaminated by sitting in infrequently used tanks.
Top 25 Ways to Save at the Pump – [knightopia.com]