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  Saving Money on Automotive Fuel  
 
Fuel or gasoline for our cars is a necessary evil to most of us. Many have said that it would be great if we could go back to the days of the horse and buggy. While this might be an over exaggeration, our frustration over rising fuel costs, as well as cost of vehicles in general, has led many of us to actually feel this way. We may not ever get away from having to spend a good chunk of our money on fuel but saving money on fuel prices is possible. Although certain measures may only improve your gas mileage a couple miles per gallon, when you add them all up, it will come to a nice annual savings. Following are some great ideas for saving money on fuel for your vehicle.

Don't be too particular on the brand of gasoline you buy for your car. In spite of what you may have been told, there's really not that much difference between the different brands of gas. All the brands get their fuel from the closest refinery. They may each put in a different type of additive, one that's proprietary to their brand. But, all the additives, regardless of who uses them, have to meet certain EPA and OEM standards of performance. Therefore, they're pretty much all the same.

Choose a gasoline with the lowest required octane. Octane is a rating given to fuel in regards to how well it resists pre ignition "knocks" in high performance engines. Very few of us drive high performance engines. If your car drives well on low octane gas, that's all it needs and it's great for saving money on fuel prices. You may also want to mix the octane in your car. Lower octane cost less money. If your car requires 87 octane, you can fill half the tank with 85 octane and the other half with 89 octane. You'll still be getting the required amount but the lower will cost less.

Checking online for the best deals on gasoline will work great towards your goal of saving money on fuel prices. This is especially true if you are traveling any great distance. There are sites only that will tell you the most expensive and the least expensive gas stations in specific states and cities. Provided you're not going out of your way, you can save a lot on the cost of fuel when you're on a trip. If you know gasoline is noticeably cheaper 200 miles down the road, just put in enough gas to get you there and then you can fill your car.




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