Make Your Vehicle More Fuel-Efficient with These Tips

Although the price of gasoline has gone down over the last several years, especially if you're driving long distances, the amount of money that you spend on gas can go up. But there are some things that you can do to keep your gas bill down.

Keeping your car in good shape is one of the most logical ways of also improving your fuel efficiency. Make sure that your tires are properly inflated. Tires that are underinflated make your vehicle work harder. And air at the gas station is free. You should also use the manufacturer-recommended oil, as this can improve your gas mileage, too.

You can also change the way that you're driving. By driving at a consistent speed, you'll save yourself gas. Think about it. If you're speeding up only to hit the brakes because there's a vehicle in front of you, you're going to burn a lot more gas.

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