No sense in getting held up at the pump when we can hold the line through good habits and common sense.
If 2008 is any indication, airfare inflation caused by rocketing fuel prices will soon have an effect on ticket buying.
The jolt from rapidly rising gas prices has once-burned Americans stampeding back toward fuel-efficient vehicles.
No surprise, it's American families. Many of their homes are worth less than they paid; now what they can afford to eat and how much they can drive is being affected.
While gas prices continue to rise, half the people looking for a vehicle online are seeking out SUVs and trucks.
A consumer survey also shows people are anxious about rising gas prices.
More people have learned that premium gas has no benefit for cars that don't require it. But even when it's recommended, you still may not need it.
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