Saving Money by Extending Your Gas Miles: What Experts Recommend

While we cannot stop rising gas prices, we can surely beat it.  Two words: Fuel efficiency.   We know that no serious driver (and smart saver for that matter) can afford to miss fuel efficiency tips, so we rounded up a variety of them from the top voices in this subject.  With this wealth of practical tips and brilliant insights from our trusted  sources, we are positive you’ll be fuel efficiency fluent in your automobile management in no time.

Our friendly neighbourhood adviser Aaron Gold from says, whether you drive a tiny hybrid or a three-ton SUV, chances are you can squeeze a bit more distance out of each gallon of fuel — and at today’s gas prices, an improvement of just one or two miles per gallon (MPG) can really add up.  True.  Aaron shared these Top 10 Fuel Savings Tips that served him well  and took some of the sting out of high fuel prices.

What about our energy consumption experts in the government?  Surely, we want to hear from them.  And their answer – maintain your car properly.  And by properly me mean not just the usual auto parts checking and some cleaning here and there.   From the official US government source for fuel economy info, you’ll not only learn about great fuel economy tips but the benefit percentage and equivalent gasoline savings when you properly maintain your car.

Gas Buddy, one of the ‘consumers working together to save on gas,” strongly advised to keep car windows appropriately closed because open windows, especially at highway speeds, increase drag and result in decreased fuel economy of up to 10%.  Here are additional wisdom on actions that save gas when on the road.

For those who are really focused on the math,’s Money Saving Tips gives a comprehensive look at the average annual savings one can accumulate from driving and maintenance practices based on an 10,100 miles per year which is the US national average on a fixed price regular grade gasoline.

Finally, what good are tips when we do not test them for their worth?  Thankfully, you don’t need to get behind the wheel of your car with a pen and paper and take notes.  Our dependable car sales site has done that for us, here in We Test The Tips.  With media sources awash with gas saving tips, Edmunds said, “combine several tips and perform routine maintenance and you will save real dollars, not just pennies.”

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Indeed, why get in the pump line frequently? These mix of no-nonsense fuel efficiency wisdom couldn’t have convinced us more.  

Got anything to add?  What’s your fuel efficiency story? Share it to us!

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