Posts Tagged ‘gallon’

Taking A Closer Look At Gas Credit Cards

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

Gasoline is expensive. From a high of $4.50 per gallon of regular gasoline, it went down to $1.48 per gallon recently but it is now starting to inch up slowly. Regular gasoline in California now sells for $1.85 per gallon. But regardless of the price of gasoline, people have to fill up their tanks as they have to drive to work or school every day. One, therefore, has to think of ways of how to economize on their gas purchases.
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Discount Gas Cards – The Best Way To Save

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

In the past, gas used to price only a dollar per gallon. It was therefore unimaginable to hear people complain about it. However, as the years progressed, the increase in gas prices because highly noticeable. When gas prices hit that three dollar per gallon mark, the whole country definitely went ballistic. Even if this is the case and even if the gas prices will continue to increase, it is important for every individual to know that there are several different ways on how one could save up on their gas expenses. Here are some ways on how you can save money with your every gas pump.
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Find the Lowest Gas Prices

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

These days with gas prices at $4 a gallon, you bet we’re looking for the best deals that you can have. It’s important to find the lowest priced gas in your immediate area. It’s a major difference—it can differ by as much as 20 cents even if the stations are just a few blocks from each other. Imagine the savings that you can get. Shaving a few cents per gallon gives you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars later on!
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Shell Gas Cards, What You Need to Know

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

With gas at 4$ a gallon, we’re all looking for a great deal that can help us save money. If you’re looking for the perfect gas card, why not get one that provides you with solid benefits and great rewards? Why not get a card from a station that you go to every single time you need to fill up that empty tank?

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How to Apply for a Gas Credit Card Online

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

A gas credit card is something that you consider if you want to maximize your fuel savings. All over the world gas prices are skyrocketing. At $4 a gallon of refined oil, any steps that you take to save can be vital.

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Get Better Gas Mileage & Learn How to Save Money on Gas

Wednesday, July 9th, 2008

One way to save and get by during these times is to seriously consider your gas mileage and how effectively your car actually uses the gas that you purchase. A well-maintained car will give you more miles per gallon than one with a shoddy engine. You can take a few steps to ensure that you get the best mileage per gallon of gas. Our tips range from the simple to the most extreme. Check them out!
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Gas Saving Tips for Your Business

Tuesday, June 17th, 2008

If you’re the owner of a small or big business, then the gas crisis must be burning a hole in your pocket. It’s not just individuals or families who are affected by the $4 a gallon gas prices. Business, whether large or small, is faltering. The economy is struggling. As a business owner, you are probably looking for ways to cut down on expenses. One of these expenses is gas.
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How to Reduce Your Gasoline Consumption

Friday, June 13th, 2008

Reducing your use of gasoline isn’t just a way to help you save some money. Of course, at $4 a gallon, you must be crazy not to try to save some money. You’re not even sure that it’s going to stay that way, sometimes even the littlest threat of war drives gas up so high between one day and the next. It’s basically highway robbery at the gas station, without the trains and masked bandits. So finding out how to reduce or even eliminate your gas consumption can actually save you thousands of dollars every year! (more…)

Ten Tips to Reducing Your Miles per Gallon

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Everyone who owns a car these days wants to know how to get the most for your money. With the rising gas prices, it’s a concern we all have. If you spend around $4 a gallon, it’s a justifiable worry. What should you do to get the best mileage out of your car? How do you save gas and make every gallon count?
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