Five Fuel Saving Techniques Reduces Fuel Consumption

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CarReview is urging drivers to adopt fuel saving techniques or pay the price at the pumps, as $4 per gallon of gas arrives and the prediction of gasoline reaching $5 per gallon is not too far off. Drivers are already using their cars less, with government figures showing a 3.4 per cent fall in gasoline […]

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Yokohama dB Super E-spec Tire Review

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Orange oil-infused tires are the new green for saving the environment Yokohama has introduced a new tire model that replaces 80% of the petroleum based products that used to make up a tire’s composition with non-petroleum based products. The new dB Super E-spec passenger tire uses Yokohama’s Super Nano-Power Rubber compound and Advanced Inner Liner […]

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Toyota Should Benefit from Obama's New Green Rules

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Japan praised President Barack Obama’s new rules to push green vehicles and transform the U.S. auto industry — a shift that likely puts Japan’s manufacturers at an advantage. Obama announced rules this week that would bring new cars and trucks sold in the United States by 2016 to an average of 35.5 miles per gallon […]

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Smart ForTwo and VW Diesels Are Among Top-10 Most Fuel Efficient Vehicles

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The EPA and Energy Department issued the 2009 fuel economy guide. The overall fuel economy leader is no surprise. It’s the Toyota Prius, rated at 48 mpg in the city and 45 on the highway. The new additions to the top 10 list this year are the Smart ForTwo convertible and coupe and Volkswagen Jetta […]

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How to be a Hypermiler – Performance Driving for 2008

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By Kurt Gensheimer “Back in the day”, to use the parlance of our times, when gasoline was a buck fifty, I used to spend hours in my Mazda RX-8 burying the RPM needle, downshifting to fourth on the freeway, and drifting through corners with hachi-roku zeal. But with the onset of over four dollar gasoline, […]

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Not 10, But 11 Gas Saving Tips

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With gasoline and diesel prices continually rising at an astronomic rate, people are looking for ways to keep their fuel bills from devastating their already tight budget. Without investing into a hybrid or some other alternative fuel vehicle – which has an huge initial cost – you can go a little farther on that tank of gas and realize some immediate results by using some or all of the following gas saving tips.

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