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Saving Money and Gas

1. Accelerate and Decelerate with Ease – Accelerating and decelerating slowly is key to saving gas. In fact you can save 5% – 30% when you follow this rule.

2. Drive in Neutral – Put it in neutral as much as possible. When driving down an incline of a 1/4 mile or more neural should be your best friend. While some would encourage you to turn the engine off, I simply suggest putting it in neutral and coasting.

3. Tire Pressure – According to the Department of Energy roughly 1.2 billion gallons of gasoline were wasted in 2005 alone do to driving on under-inflated tires. So check your tire pressure and make sure you aren’t burning gas unnecessarily.

4. Lighten Your Load – Reduce the load in your car to save that fuel! Studies have shown that for every 100 pounds you carry in your car you lose roughly 2% in fuel efficiency. So what are you waiting for? Remove excess weight from trunk and your car!