6 Myths About Gas Mileage – CBS MoneyWatch.com


The summer driving season is at hand, and gasoline prices are suddenly back on your mind. No wonder. Since last December gas has risen more than 60 percent, to a national average of $2.65 for a gallon of self-serve regular, according to the Automobile Association of America.While that’s a far cry from last spring’s spike to more than $4 per gallon, it’s incentive enough to focus your mind on all the things you need to do to save money on gas. The only problem is that much of what you know to be true about boosting mileage is a myth. Here we debunk six of the most widely believed mileage misconceptions; this Independence Day weekend, it’s time to start really saving on fuel costs

6 Myths About Gas Mileage – CBS MoneyWatch.com

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