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Good Housekeeping
June 07, 2011

Fuel Frugality: 7 Ways to Save on Gas

With the prices of fuel constantly on the rise, here are tips on how to cut on gas costs.
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Owning a car is doesn't seem like much of a luxury these days. With the rising cost of fuel, constant congestion in the street, and the hazards that come from driving in extreme weather conditions, it feels like it's more of a burden than a boon.

But if you own a car, then at the top of your list is trying to cope with the prices of gasoline. Here are seven ways you can cut your fuel costs.

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(First published in Good Housekeeping Magazine, Money section as "Money Talk" in November 2005; adapted for use in Female Network)

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  • sparklegi Jun 11 2011 @ 08:16pm Report Abuse
    fill up your car in the morning of at night if possible, don't fill up during lunch time or weather is too hot
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  • onepass Aug 23 2011 @ 03:41pm Report Abuse
    If you feel that fuel cost is emptying your wallet then your option should be

    fuel additives , are touted as great products that help

    you get more mileage. Decrease hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emissions in the exhaust .
    Last modified A long time ago
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