If you're getting pinched at the pump, a gas rewards card could help. There are more than 1,000 offers out there -- which one's best for you?
Advice such as buying gasoline in the cool of the morning or leaving the tailgate down has been tried -- with disappointing results.
A small-claims court rules that the carmaker misled the owner of a hybrid Honda Civic about fuel economy -- possibly setting a precedent for other disgruntled consumers.
Slowing down saves gas, and also reduces anxiety about seeing police cars stopped on the side of the road.
Surprised? I was. But does it really make any difference?
Pump prices will still hover 35% above last year's, and who's to blame for that?
If you really want to know what kind of mileage your chariot is getting, calculate it the old-fashioned way.
When gas prices go up, so do the number of tips we hear on how to save. Some are good, others silly. Here's what you need to know to actually reduce your pain at the pump.
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