Cut Your Gas Consumption and Save Money
June 19, 2006
The price of gasoline seems to be locked in the $3 per gallon range nationwide and there are no indications that the price will soon drop. In fact, Americans should probably assume that the days of even $2 gas are over for good. The growing dependence of China and India on gasoline combined with continued instability of the Middle East will probably insure expensive gas for the foreseeable future.
While the high price of gasoline will hurt the pocketbooks of many Americans, it need not be completely debilitating. There are numerous ways to cut down on gas consumption, and every one of them helps ease the pain on your pocketbook just a little bit. The most obvious ways to save involve combining trips in order to drive less, keeping your tires properly inflated and keeping your car in tune. But there are some less obvious ways to save money, and they can also help reduce your monthly gasoline bill.
Here are some additional things you may wish to consider regarding gas consumption:
Each of the above tips will help reduce gas consumption by a little bit, but the effect is cumulative. The more you do to reduce your use of gasoline, the more you will save. At $3 per gallon, a little savings goes a long way.
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