In an article for edmunds.com, Philip Reed and Mike Hudson ask What really saves gas? And how much?:
With gas prices so high, the media is awash with lists of gas-saving tips. Well how’s this for a tip? If you listen to us, you can see hybrid-type savings without having to buy a new car.
By changing your driving habits you can improve fuel economy up to 37 percent right away (depending on how you drive). Combine several tips and perform routine maintenance and you will save real dollars, not just pennies.
It’s nice to see their results coincide with my own.
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