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Use Steel Belted Radials

Steel belted radials give your car a little bit more traction, and means that the car doesn’t have to work as much. Remember that the whole thing here is to get your car to be as efficient as possible. That way, you’re maximizing the money that you spend on your gas.


Telecommuting is a option that’s not on the table for many people, but if it is available, it’s well worth the effort. You’re saving a lot of money on the gas. It also gives you a little bit less stress because you’re not on the road as long. That’s one of the reasons to consider

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Make Sure Your Tires are Aligned

When your tires aren’t aligned, various things can go wrong with the vehicle. They might start scraping, or become improperly inflated, and more. It’s always best to keep your car maintained and free from damages or defects, because of the little bit of gas mileage that you’ll get out of the deal.

Get the Fuel Injector Cleaner

Fuel injectors can get clogged, meaning that it takes a little more fuel to push through to get to the engine. When you put a fuel injector cleaner in your car, you’re cleaning up those buildups and deposits, making your vehicle a little bit more efficient, and saving money on your gas.

Close the Moon Roof or Sun Roof

Moon roofs and sunroofs stick up just a little bit, cutting down on the aerodynamic nature of your vehicle. This one is debatable, though, because you’re also letting in comfortable air. Opening each of them will give you a little more gas mileage if you’re doing it to avoid turning on the air conditioner.

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Check the Car for Leaks

Make sure that your car isn’t leaking by pulling out of you spot just a little bit and seeing if there’s something on the ground. You can take it to a mechanic to find out if there’s any seals or washers out of place, or holes in various systems. Wear and tear on your vehicle

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