Getting the best fuel economy not only saves you money, but it's also good for the environment. Though fuel efficiency standards have risen over the years, most passenger cars in the U.S. still get less than 30 miles to the gallon in city driving. Here are some tips that can help you increase your gas mileage.

Keeping your vehicle in tip-top shape will help to boost fuel economy. This includes getting scheduled maintenance such as oil changes done on time and keeping your tires properly inflated.

Another good way to boost your fuel efficiency is to find the most efficient routes for your driving. Avoiding stops and starts as much as possible and traveling roads that allow you to move at steady speeds will help you get more out of a tank of gas.

 

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