Check Out These Tips On How To Save With Rising Fuel Costs
I sound like my mother when I say I remember when gas prices for a lot cheaper. When I was in high school I can remember getting regular unleaded for 89 cents a gallon. If I had ten dollars, I could literally drive back and forth to school for almost 2 weeks without having to make another trip to the pump. This also included going back and forth to work and visiting friends as well.
We always get caught up in situations that seem to directly affect fuel prices when the world is in a crisis. The situation that is currently plaguing the world with Russia and Ukraine is driving the prices of gas higher and higher. I know the prices are ridiculous for us here in Louisiana, but for my friends in California and New York, I think it's time to consider investing in bicycles.
At the end of the day, the kids still need to get to school, and for those of us who are not working remotely, we have to make a decision on what we are going to do to make it through the day. I did a little online searching and came across 13 tips that can help with reducing fuel. There were several that could come in handy for your day-to-day routine. This includes driving the speed limit, driving only when necessary, and tightening the gas cap. If you would like to see the full list of tips on how you can save a little on fuel. Check out the entire list at Cars Direct.Com.