Posts Tagged ‘prices’

The Value Of Gas Cards

Monday, January 12th, 2009

Automobile owners are now facing a major dilemma with the increase of gas prices. In order to cover these requirements, credit card companies have provided to the market specialized cards for this purpose. One needs to get information directly from the different credit card companies before deciding on a particular one. You have to be a little wary to find the right kind of card appropriate to your needs.
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Minimize Gas Prices With Your Gas Rebate Credit Card Rewards

Friday, January 2nd, 2009

There are a variety of credit card companies that are trying to help you save money on gasoline. As gas prices are either holding steady at their already-too-high rate or increasing all the time; any option for saving money on gas could indeed be very helpful.
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Fleet Cards – Tool Or Tale?

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Many gas companies offer a fleet gas card. This is a credit card exclusively for purchases of gasoline. It a credit line provided by oil companies to clients who own a fleet or a group of cars used in their businesses. At first, it may seem like a large investment for a company but upon better understanding, the fleet card is a tool to help the business to have more resources available at less the outlay. Here are some of the advantages an entrepreneur can avail of by subscribing to a fleet gas card.
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Some Tips For Vacationing On A Budget

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

In these times of high gas prices and financial recession, taking a vacation may seem to be a bad if not stupid idea. But taking a vacation is needed for one to be able to recharge one’s batteries and repair one’s nerves in the dog eat dog business world. So taking a vacation is important for one’s well-being. So how can one be able to take a break on a tight budget yet enjoy the rewards in store for a vacation? Here are some ways to go about enjoying one’s vacation using a gas card.
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The Easiest Ways To Get Cheap Car Insurance

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

People nowadays are beginning to become innovative with their savings because of the present situation in the market. They are now conscious with their expenditures especially when it comes to travel: be it leisure or business for the reason that the gas prices in the market are truly sky rocketing every single day. As much as possible, all of us are looking for some things that are free—or if not cheap in nature and yet have quality.
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No Free Gas card? Think Again

Friday, October 17th, 2008

Feeling the pinch at the pump due to high gas prices? Well you are not alone in that predicament. Thousands of drivers are experiencing the pinch and there is no escaping this situation. That’s because gas is an important commodity and gas ensures that business will continue on running. Are there a slight hope and a breather in this kind of situation? Well there is and if you just know where to look, you may just find the one solution that can help you with your concern. We are talking about the free gas card that is offered by companies and gas companies.
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Drive Conscientiously And Cut Back On Your Gas Expenses

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Gas prices are continuously rising and are projected to stay at high levels throughout the rest of the year and the next. Vehicles owners are diligently looking for ways to save on gas. Some even opt not use their cars as often as they did before and just take on public transport such as trains, buses or they just carpool.
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Cost Savings And Auto Maintenance: Cutting Back On Fuel Consumption

Monday, October 13th, 2008

Current inflation rates especially on gas prices are making more and more people start to search for ways to cut back on their gas consumption. Many are trying ways to cope such as commuting and doing car pools. Definitely it could be efficient to save if using your car is not really necessary. However, there are just situations that using your car cannot be avoided. Magazine, current news and even online, you’d find numerous advise on how to beat oil price hikes. How can we know if these are true or not?

Here are a number of more reliable tips on conserving fuel and improving your vehicles mileage and over all engine ability.

1. Don’t drive too fast. Abide by speed limits posted on the streets. Though this might not be very exciting, there is sense behind it. Driving a little too fast makes your fuel burn faster too. Following speed limits not only keep you safe from accidents, they help you save on fuel too.

2. Use the cruise control tool to efficiently keep a constant speed and aid you in decreasing fuel usage.

3. Turn on the o/d icon on your dashboard when you’re on a highway. These are overdrive gears that can help improve the way your car consumes the fuel.

4. Know and be aware of traffic situations. Your car’s gas consumption lowers by 5-10 percent when you brake and accelerate too frequently while tailgating.

5. Free up your trunk space, carrying the weight of unneeded items is like having another person riding with you without splitting the gas cost.

6. Turn of the engine whenever possible, even if you are just waiting. You safe on fuel, and you contribute less to air pollution.

7. Schedule your errands so you won’t have to go back and forth the same store or area for forgotten trips or items.

8. Know your cars correct octane level. Different cars vary in octane level requirements. The higher the octane, the more expensive the fuel becomes.

9. Cars with poor engine condition will consumer 20 percent more fuel than that of more efficient ones. Have your car checked and repaired at service stations.

10. Get your car wheels aligned and checked for the right inflation.

11. Change your oil as much as possible. Oil changes are very important to keep engines clean and work efficiently.

12. Pollutants not only affect us humans. These can also damage the integral engine components. Keep your car filters clean and change them regularly.

13. Older cars are less efficient. Depending on the kind that you need, get a fuel efficient automobile.

And finally, you can also get yourself a gas card. These can be very helpful, whether prepaid or a gas credit card. It is bound to assist you in your search for ways on cutting back on fuel costs. Different cards offer rebates, cash backs, discounts on auto parts or services, plus points for purchases at gas station convenience stores and a lot more.

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Automotive Parts And Services – What You Can Do Online

Monday, October 6th, 2008

With the impact of the global economic crisis felt in every section of the society, car owners are finding it harder and harder to keep their cars in mint condition. Aside from the gas prices going higher every week, automotive parts have also become more expensive. Additionally, car service centers have started to charge higher rates for maintenance and repair jobs.
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A Simple Gas Credit Card At Your Fingertips

Saturday, October 4th, 2008

Making sure that you are on the right track on saving money, the most excellent way to do is to avail of a simple gas credit card. A gas credit card nowadays is in demand; and its all thanks to the high prices of gasoline or fuel. If it weren’t for the excessive increase, no one would probably invent gas credit cards.
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