How to Reduce Fuel Consumption

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So you just watched "An Inconvenient Truth" and Al Gore made you self-conscious about the size of your carbon footprint, or maybe you went through last month's credit-card statement and tallied the gas charges. Whatever the impetus, you vowed then and there your next car would be an all-electric plug-in — but you're still years away from paying off that 2013 Chrysler 300 SRT8. Don't panic: You can take measures in the interim, like starting a work carpool, easing up on the accelerator and keeping your tires properly inflated. Follow the link below for a host of fuel-sipping solutions.

Tips for Saving Fuel

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FlanKitty

The thing with AC is a lot of vehicles have it running *all the time* as moisture control or part of automatic climate control so there's not much point in hoping will save a little with it off unless you're in an electric car (where every kW counts)

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