Shop around: As you drive, keep in mind which gas stations are the cheapest, and stop there when you pass.
Tire Pressure – If your tires are under or over inflated, your fuel won’t get you as far as it should.
Check the manufacturer’s recommendations and make sure they are pumped to the correct pressure, based on your vehicle’s load.
Lighten the load: Every extra pound your car carries can decrease your fuel economy, so remove any junk and keep only important items like the jack, early warning devices, and any tools you might need in an emergency.
Fuel is also heavy: if you tend to take short trips, it might be worthwhile to run your car on a quarter full tank and fill it up often with small amounts.
Nearly half of UK drivers are using less fuel than a year ago to avoid record increases in the price of petrol as more people turn to other modes of transport to make travel cheaper, according to new data. . Drivers have also substantially reduced their fuel use since gasoline prices grew at their highest...