We’re sure you have your own little methods on how to save a little bit of gas whilst driving, but how about reading some professional help online if you’re getting increasingly worried about the amount you’re having to pay on fuel each month.
At the start of the year, we gave you some of our own tips to help you get the most out of your gas mileage, but now we have found some other tips which may help you. The guide comes from eHow and they have listed eight simple steps for you to try out the next time you hit the road.
One common reason for fuel running out quicker than usual is air pressure inside your tyres. You should head to your nearest garage and check to see if the pressure is too low in your tyres. If so, simply add more air to maximise your gas mileage as much as possible. There are also more useful steps like this over at eHow – take a look and let us know if they work for you.
Failing that, we also thought we’d point you in the direction of a very useful iPhone app called GasBook, which searches for cheaper gas prices amongst thousands of stations across the U.S. The app is certainly held in high regard as it has also been featured on CNN, if you needed any further reassurances. It is available to download now for $0.99 US, visit the iTunes link here.
What are your top tips for increasing gas mileage?
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