How to save money at the pump
With gas prices continually rising, The Free Geek weblog has a timely post about how to save money at the pump. The article includes twelve tips that can help you save up to $.50 per gallon of gas. Although gas in my area is nowhere near $2.20, this is still a quality post. Do you have any tips not mentioned by The Free Geek? As always, share your thoughts in the comments.
Most drivers experienced the $3.00 per gallon gas prices that occurred during 2006. And, while gas prices today hover around $2.20 per gallon, most automobile owners might wonder if that price is here to stay. It appears that few individuals understand what really drive gas prices. Whether the price is valued on seasonal changes, rising crude prices, or location, this cost has altered many lifestyles.
The solution, then, is to learn how to save from $0.03 to $2.20 per gallon (yes, up to a full gallon of gas or more) with some simple tips and tricks. Although you can find many suggestions on how to save gas, the following list contains only the most important issues that will save you the most money. The money saved is based on a price of $2.20 per gallon.
How to Save $0.50+ on Every Gallon of Gas – 12 Tips and Tricks – [The Free Geek]
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