How To Save Money On Gas And Live To Tell About It

In today’s day and age, it is easy to see why saving on gas is a great idea. For one, the price of gas has skyrocketed ridiculously high, making each trip around town almost too much to bear. However, there are many great days to save on gas and still be able to enjoy mobility around your town and to and from work. Here are a few tips so that you don’t have to be dragged down with the oil increase so prevalent today.

1. Get a fuel efficient car. If you are only beginning to save up for car, or are considering buying a car in the near future, look for models that are fuel-efficient. Cars drink up different amounts of fuel per mile, and you would want your car to have the best mileage per full tank.

2. Schedule your trips. A great way to save on gas is to schedule your trips so that you don’t end up going back and forth to a place because you forgot to string your appointments tightly enough to be efficient. For example you would want to schedule your trip to the grocers, and any other appointments one after the other so that you can go straight to your next appointment right after the last one.

It would be terrible if you went to the grocers, then went back home because you had no other appointments left for another few hours. And then, you would have to make the trip to the next appointment from your home.

Do you see the wasted fuel going from the last appointment to your home and from your home back to the next appointment? This could be avoided if you schedule your appointments properly.

Just remember that it is best to get into your car to go to all the places you need to go to all on one trip.

3. Travel with a friend. You could have your friends set up a carpool so that you can save on fuel costs. This is because you and your other friends-or your workmates-all travel to the same places in different cars. Imagine the waste that comes from having five cars all with one passenger each going to the same place.

Those five people could all fit in one car and save on the gas costs of four other vehicles. This is why a carpool makes sense. You could take turns with your friends picking each other up and going to the same place. This would save tons on gas costs.