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If you are reading this then you MUST be as upset as I am about gas prices. AND you probably would like to stop the insanity.

Let me ask you a quick and simple question. If didn't have to spend so much on gasoline, would you?

If you could, through your own nearly effortless actions keep more money in your pocket at the gas pump, would you?

According to my calculations gasoline costs me about $260.00 a month or over $3000.00 per year. Well, I should say used to cost me. But not anymore.

Let's take a step back for just a minute.

In 1950 a trip to the gas station would cost you about 25 cents per gallon. Today gas prices in some cities are approaching $3.00 per gallon. Newer cars are designed to run more efficiently than their ancestors of the sixties and seventies but they are not time machines, they still run on gasoline. So, until that day comes when cars no longer need gasoline to function, the amount of money you spend at the pump is almost certain to continue increasing.

Most of us have no choice

We have to get to and from work, school, the kids sporting events, grocery, grandmas and grandpas and back home again don't we? Considering the fact that nearly everybody needs to drive and that gas prices are almost certain to continue rising, the question becomes, what can we do to make that trip to the gas station a little easier? After all, you are the one paying. Wouldn't you rather be spending your money somewhere else?

What is the habit that we succumb to every cold day that would save gas if we could just break the habit?   See Tip # 2

What would you say to a month's of worth of free groceries? What you save depends on you, your car and how much you drive. So I can't promise any hard numbers. But I can and will guarantee that if you follow just a few of these tips you will save a bunch of cash.

" This book contains many things I simply did not know. I think there is information here that will benefit all drivers."
-- Paul Hadorn, -22 year veteran diesel mechanic

Imagine, for a moment, a product that every driving member of your family can use to begin saving money at the pump immediately? Interested? Let me first tell you what this product is not:

How do your eating habits affect your gas mileage?   
See Tip # 11.
  • Not a mechanical device.
  • Not a fuel additive.
  • Not a secret formula.
  • Does not require any mechanical knowledge whatsoever.
" Not only is this stuff educational it also very interesting and entertaining"
-- Ed Fulmer III, -Full time mechanic and former Air Force mechanic

I researched ways people could save money when filling up the old fuel tank. This information comes from officials from gas companies, automobile manufacturing plants, scientists, government officials; and I discovered that people can begin saving money immediately simply by adjusting their daily driving habits to increase mileage.

Did you know that you can actually save money at the pump by pumping your gas at a certain time of the day?   See Tip # 8

In addition to the tips, there are charts that will allow you to figure out how much you are spending every year for gas. Don't forget to figure each of your family cars You will be amazed at how much you are spending.

There is even a chart to tell you how much of each dollar you leave at the gas pump goes to your local state tax department.

Read it once, and you will learn dozens of incredible money-saving tips that your whole family can apply immediately. The more often you refer to this book, the more tips and tricks you will be able to recall and apply. Its that easy.

Stop right now

Make up your mind to quit throwing your money into the gas pump. The savings will ad up quickly. Order now and use your savings for vacation this summer.

Just $17.77

That's less than the price of 5 gallons of gas!

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Most households have more than one car if you put just a few of these cost cutting tips to work for you, the book will pay for itself in no time.

In addition, use the book for 90 days if you are not completely satisfied that you are saving money, just email it back and I will refund your money. Let me repeat that. You must be completely satisfied.

Learn how to:

Keep More Money In YOUR Pocket at the Gas Pump.
And Increase Your Mileage Immediately.

Gasoline, one of the main products refined from crude oil, accounts for just about 16 percent of the energy consumed in the United States.

The primary use for gasoline is in automobiles and light trucks. Gasoline also fuels boats, recreational vehicles, and various farm and other equipment.
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Gas/Diesel Comparison

Gasoline is a relatively safe fuel since people have learned to use it safely. Gasoline is not biodegradable though, so a spill could pollute soil and water.

Diesel produces harmful emissions; however, diesel and diesel vehicles are rapidly improving and emissions are being reducedespecially with after-treatment devices.
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Prices Up and Down-Why?

Even when crude oil prices are stable, gasoline prices normally fluctuate due to factors such as seasonality and local retail station competition.

Additionally, gasoline prices can change rapidly due to crude oil supply disruptions stemming from world events, or domestic problems such as refinery or pipeline outages.
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Regular or Premium?

The classification of gasoline by octane ratings. Each type of gasoline (conventional, oxygenated, and reformulated) is classified by three grades - Regular, Midgrade, and Premium.

In general, automotive octane requirements are lower at high altitudes. Therefore, in some areas of the United States, such as the Rocky Mountain States, the octane ratings for the gasoline grades may be 2 or more octane points lower.
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The Single Most Effective Step for Cutting Oil Dependence

We can do this right now. The technology needed to increase the average fuel economy of our cars and trucks to 40 miles per gallon (mpg) has already been developed, but for the most part is collecting dust on automakers' shelves.
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Ethanol: A Real Alternative Fuel

Ethanol is a promising alternative fuel that, along with improvements in fuel economy and reductions in travel demand, has the potential to help solve many of the problems associated with gasoline use.
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Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs)

Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are offered by numerous auto manufacturers and are becoming increasingly more available. Today, most people have heard of an HEV and many people have a basic understanding of how they work. HEVs are efficient vehicles that use a small motor and an electric engine to generate the power to drive the vehicle.
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Fuel Economy Guides

The EPA publishes a guide every year with details for every car sold in the United States. We have the last 7 years available for free download.
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