Today’s Sound Money Tip is a list of common-sense ways to improve your gas mileage:
- Keep your vehicle in good repair.
- Check and replace your air filter at regular intervals.
- Keep your tires properly inflated.
- Use the recommended grade of motor oil.
You can further improve fuel economy by driving at a constant, moderate speed. Many people have forgotten that the old nation-wide maximum speed limit of 55mph was a government-mandated measure designed to impose fuel efficiency. By driving a constant 50-50mph on highways and 60-65mph on freeways, you will conserve fuel.
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