Ways to Save Gasoline


Tip #1. Checking your tire pressure will lead to savings

Under inflated tires are arguably one of the most common reasons for not getting the best  gas mileage. Go out and buy a reliable tire gauge. You should check your tires when they are cold as driving the car warms up the tires and the air inside them, thereby increasing the pressure. Keeping your tires properly inflated is an effective way to save gasoline. Use the inflation pressures as reflected in the owner's manual. Keeping your tires inflated will improve your cars fuel efficiency, save gasoline, and is a simple way to save.

Potential Fuel Economy Benefit: up to 3% improvement

Equivalent Gasoline Savings: up to $0.11/gallon.


While not a huge benefit, it is so simple to do, it would be a shame if you donít follow this tip.





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