With the days of $2, $3, or (oh please, no!) even $4 for a gallon of gasoline gone the way of the dinosaurs, more and more people are looking for ways to eke out the most from their gas tank. We at energyhawk have come across a few tips to save gas (as well as a few myths you can avoid).
Given what's been going on at the gas pumps over the past few--well--years, I've been desparately looking for more ways to save gas. Here are some additional tips I've come across.
There are a couple of ways to get the best fuel efficiency out of your tires: choose the right tires and keep your tires filled to the right level.
Plan your trips so you avoid traffic snarls. If you can go to work during non-rush-hour times, do it.
I used to hear that there was little point to turning off your engine unless you were going to be idling for at least a couple of minutes. Times have changed.
Fuel Economy - Saving Gasoline Redux. Okay, so I missed a few of the biggies in my last article on saving gas. Here they are.
So you want to use less gas but you aren't ready to buy a hybrid yet. What do you do? There are a few simple steps that work and a lot of stuff that's just wishful thinking.