Cut Your Gas Costs
On the Road
Drive the thriftier car. If your family owns both a sport utility and a sedan, get into the habit of taking the smaller vehicle whenever you can.
By driving the Toyota Camry instead of the Ford Expedition to the mall, you are saving about nine miles per gallon in suburban
driving. After 20 10-mile trips, you'll have saved about $11.
Steer away from rush hours. Idling in bumper-to-bumper traffic uses precious gas unnecessarily, and it pollutes more, too. Don't waste time in lines at the fast-food drive-through; go inside for your Extra Value Meal―and get extra value from your gas.
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