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  • Save Gas and Money by Organizing Your Fill Ups  By : Scott Siegel
    The two ways to save money buying gas is to pay less and use less. One of the best ways to use less gas, pay the best price and maximize savings is to plan ahead. Organizing when and where you fill up will go a long way to reduce the amount of gas you use.
  • How To Save on Gas Without Changing Your Driving Habits  By : Scott Siegel
    There are a number of methods you can use to reduce your overall expense of gas purchases even before you consider changing your driving habits or taking any actions on your car. These strategies consist of smart buying and good management of your gas purchases.
  • How to Spend Less on Gas in One Easy Lesson!  By : Scott Siegel
    There are a lot of ways you can work to reduce your expense of fuel purchases without changing the way you drive. You can utilize a lot of these strategies without the need to modify or service your vehicle. These methods are basic and logical and teach you to treat gas like anything else you buy.
  • How the Internet Can Help You Lower Your Gas Costs  By : Scott Siegel
    There are several ways to reduce your overall expense of gas purchases even before you consider changing your driving habits or taking any actions on your car. The most rudimentary of these is to find the stations that have the lowest prices.
  • An Unpleasant Surprise:Your Annual Cost of Gas  By : Scott Siegel
    Do you really know how much you spend on gas over a 12 month period? As the price of gas has grown so has your yearly gas cost. If you do figure it out you may very well be surprised and it won't be a pleasant surprise. Gasoline has become a major piece of your family budget. Do you really know how much you are spending for gas annually? Most drivers know much it costs to fill their car but not many can state with accuracy how much they spend per year.
  • More Deceptive Claims for Fuel Saving Devices!  By : Scott Siegel
    Because of rising gas prices you may be looking for an easy way to improve your gas economy. You may be considering one of the many gas saving devices on the market. The FTC (Federal Trade Commission), has a warning: be very skeptical of claims made by the sellers and manufacturers of gas saving devices or additives. The federal government has evaluated over 100 fuel enhancing and fuel economy products and not a single one of them did what their advertising claimed.
  • Beware of Deceptive Advertising Claims for Gas Saving Devices  By : Scott Siegel
    With the price of gas at record levels, a host of fuel saving products are being advertised. If you do a search for the key words "fuel saving devices" Google will find 1.5 million pages as a result of the search. It never ceases to amaze that so many unscrupulous individuals try to take advantage of specific situations in order to scam you out of your hard earned money. And that is exactly what these gas saving devices are, scams.
  • Auto Makers and Gas Companies Profit When You Buy Premium Gas!  By : Scott Siegel
    Vehicle manufacturers and oil companies love to make extra profits so they love it when they are able to persuade you to purchase premium fuel. They like it so much they continue to perpetuate inaccuracies about premium fuel. Inaccuracies such as premium fuel will provide better fuel economy. Inaccuracies such as high octane fuel can enhance your engine's performance. Actually these aren't inaccuracies they are complete myths.
  • How to Keep Your Tires Optimized to Save Gas and Money  By : Scott Siegel
    You can save 4% on your annual gas costs if you keep your tires at the recommended Pounds per Square Inch (PSI). That could save your family from $100 to $200 dollars annually. To determine and maintain the proper tire pressure requires very little effort. The steps are listed below.
  • Summer Driving Tip:Save $200 in Gas by Checking Tire Pressure!  By : Scott Siegel
    One of the quickest ways to rob a car of efficient gas consumption is to neglect the tires. There are a number of different ways tires can affect your car's fuel saving performance. Making sure you are riding on properly inflated tires is probably the easiest way to save money on gas.
  • You Can Lower Your Gas Cost to 89 Cents For A Gallon Of Gas!  By : Scott Siegel
    Discover how consumers have lowered their cost of gas to unheard of levels. One consumer paid 89 cents, another paid $1.09. They used a method that everyone uses all the time. they just applied it to gas.
  • Do You Make This Mistake at The Gas Pump?  By : Scott Siegel
    The costly mistake many drivers make when filling their car with gas is to overfill it by topping it off. When the gas pump nozzle clicks off, do you stop or do you keep pumping? Are you trying to add more gas your tank after the shutoff trying to stuff as much in as possible? Are you pumping more gas after the shutoff to round your total cost to the nearest full dollar amount? If either of these scenarios are true, or if any other reason causes you to top off your tank you have developed a b
  • Getting a Car Loan After Bankruptcy  By : Jason Lancaster
    Filing for bankruptcy, while often a good idea, is usually considered "financial suicide". In fact, a lot of people believe that bankruptcy will lead to 7 years of bad credit and embarrassment. Some even think that they'll never be able to buy on credit again.
  • Why Your Next Pickup Should Be A GM  By : P. Filler
    Using a technology not formerly seen in hybrids, GM attempted to not only lower emissions in their pickups, but to make them handier as well.
  • What You Can Get Done At An Auto Body Shop  By : Ernie Yetis
    Dings, dents, scratches and rust are all things that can happen to the body of your car. When they inevitably pop up, an auto body shop is the place to go to get them fixed.
  • How The Foam Insert Affects The Performance Of Your Rc Tire  By : Douglas Taylor
    Since a rc tire does not use air pressure to maintain the shape of the tire a foam insert must be used. Unlike air that maintains the same pressure in all directions around the inside of the tire. A foam insert can have places in the tire that have a high pressure area and a low pressure area.
  • Pulling a Trailer 101  By : Julien Raynal
    Sometimes, you may find yourself in an unavoidable situation. When I was younger I found myself in such a predicament. A couple of my girl friends and I had to move a friend from across the United-States.
  • Truck Bed Covers - Save Gas And Transform Your Truck  By : John Morris
    Truck bed covers are attachments to a pickup truck’s bed that protect against weather and provide security from theft. This allows you to store items in the bed away from the weather, from damage, and from the prying eyes of thieves...

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