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How To Save Money At The Gas Pump!

How To Save Money And Conserve Gas! HOW much for ONE gallon of gas? $2.60? Who else longs for the day when you could fill your tank for ten bucks? But gas prices are on their way up. Sure, they go up and down. They go up a dollar and down 50 cents. . to condition us to think 50 cents more is a good deal! For those of us who have to drive back and forth to work everyday - in gas guzzling traffic - every penny hurts.

So with the ever-raising costs of filling your tank full of gas, there's no shame in cutting every corner to save a buck. All a person needs is the know-how, the tips and tricks, the truth and not the old rumors. Energy Technology and Fuel Economy Only 15 percent of the fuel that you put into your car gets used and the rest of the energy is lost for many reasons. It is important to maintain your car and have an understanding of how your vehicle operates. Paying for your gas the smart way One of the ways that you can save money at the gas pump is by using a gasoline credit card.

When you have a gas card you’ll be able to get 5 or 10 percent rebate back on the purchase of your gas. Buy your gas in the morning or evening Gasoline becomes denser in colder temperatures. Gas pumps are set to measure the volume of the fuel that you pump and not the density. Fuel economy and Co2 emissions The average fuel economy of new cars and trucks in the United States and Canada has increased by over 130 percent for cars and 75 percent for trucks. Saving money at the gas pumps is as easy as making a few simple changes in your life and your driving habits.


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