Running On Empty

Time to change your driving habits.


Is the high cost of gas getting you down? If it is, the best way to save money and gas is to drive less. That can mean carpooling, riding a bike, taking the bus, combining car trips, or even that old standby, walking. Unfortunately, these choices don’t always make sense. That’s why it pays to understand how the condition of your car and the way you drive impacts fuel efficiency. In this report, I’ll show you 27 proven methods for getting better gas mileage, with a special focus on driving skills that can cut gasoline consumption.


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