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.
Gas-saving devices have been around as long as cars, and they become especially popular when prices edge up. But do any of them really work?
True, most of them inhale gasoline, but that doesn't mean they aren't the right thing to be driving.
They are stuffing their pockets while avoiding the $4 barrier, but there could be negative repercussions.
Your smartphone and your credit card can be tools to reduce the damage of high gas prices to your budget.
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