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September 17, 2008

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kraig

I seen 21% increase in my truck in better gas mileage and can help the envirnment alot!

Prepaid Gas Cards

This is easier than working on your car. Go to Paylessforgasoline.com and start saving 20% on every fill up. Discounted Prepaid gas cards save you 20% everyday you use then.

Gas Mileage

euro cars have been getting great mileage for years, U.S. doesn't get it

auto shop facebook

I couldn't agree more. My friends actually envy me for having a car that has greater mileage than theirs, but the truth is, it really depends on the owner. The auto shop that I regularly go to never forgets to send me useful and personalized reminders so that I don't forget to have my car checked and maintained. I guess I'd better remind my friends too so that they can also enjoy better gas mileage.

- Oliver Ganns

Orange County Used Car Dealers

Besides driving at a constant speed, you can also improve mileage by unloading any junk from the trunk that you don't need. Lots of people carry all sorts of stuff in there, exercise equipment, weights, vacuum cleaners; you name it. A lighter load makes a difference.

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