Gas Credit Cards

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    tomtracy41 New Member

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    Now that the economy is going down and gas prices are going up, you’re totally right to be concerned about saving money when you buy gas. But how do you do this? If you’re like most Americans, you use your car every day. Here are a few tips that can help you save money on gas.

    1) Maximize your mileage. Check out our 10 tips that will help save you tons of gas money. This is one of the ways that you can save lots of gas money.

    2) Drive less. Commute or walk to work. Take a walk to your corner grocery instead of taking the car. You’ll save on gas and get exercise as well! Use your car only when necessary. If you take a car to town, don’t drive around the roads. Park in the first parking spot you see and walk. Your heart will thank you and your wallet will too!

    3) Carpool. Carpools are a great way for you and your friends and co-workers to save on gas money. You’ll end up splitting the cost of the daily gallon. If you’ve got friends or office mates who live nearby, why not start a carpool in your neighborhood?

    4) Try becoming a one-car family. If you own more than one car, why not just use one whenever possible? It’s more convenient to have two or three cars, but gas-wise, that’s murder. Using one car for the meantime can dramatically save you a lot of gas money that can go to other expenses.

    5) Try applying for a gas credit card . A gas credit card often offers a percentage of cash backs that will help you save money even while you spend. You’ll get a lot of other benefits as well, including travel and car insurance. Just make sure to pay your balance on time so that your savings won’t go to interest.

    6) Be smart with gas. Buying on low-cost days (like holidays) is an easy way to save money. Fill off your tank when you do, it saves you wasting gas on half-tanks and refills during the rest of the week. Don’t top off because this is actually a waste of gas. Remember to keep your fuel injector clean so that your engine doesn’t have to work too hard to push gas into your engine.

    7) Buy a hybrid or electric car. If you’re thinking about buying a second car, try getting a hybrid or electric car. Hybrids are combination gas and electric: electric for short commutes and gas for longer commutes. This will save you a LOT of gas money in the long run.

    These simple tips can help you save a lot of money on gas. Becoming a smart consumer save can save you thousands of dollars on daily expenses. Be clever about how you use gas and you don’t have to worry that you’re spending too much on gas. You can even use your savings to buy something that you really want.
     

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