How to Save Money on Gas This Summer

Save Money On GasWith gas prices seemingly on the rise and with no end in sight, it’s important to know how to save money on gas. Especially in these tough economic times, we all look to save money in as many ways as possible. Summer typically sees the largest jump in gas prices as two major holiday weekends occur in the summer and many are taking long trips for vacation.

So how can you save money on gas this summer? There are plenty of great ways to do it, and here are a few suggestions for you:

Take Advantage of the Weather

Since being outside in the winter is unbearable in most parts of the country, people aren’t looking to get out there and walk. However, with the beautiful weather that summer brings every year, why not use it to your advantage?

Instead of taking the car to work or on a short trip to a friend’s house, why not put on a comfortable pair of shoes and make a walking trip out of it? Or, if you have a bike, you can use that as well. Neither will cost you anything and will also improve your health.

Carpool With Friends or Co-Workers

If you know some people that you work with that live on the way to your house, you can start up a group fund for gasoline and split it amongst you. In most cases, you won’t even have to go out of your way at all and you will all save money on gas.

If you can find three other people on the route, then the $10 that you were spending each day on gas turns into $2.50. That can save you nearly $40 every week – and that adds up fast!

Use the Public Transportation System

Depending on the size of the city that you are living in, public transportation may be made available at a low cost. Whether it is the subway or a bus, it offers a great way to save some money while helping the environment at the same time. Think of it as a car pool, except with more people!

Drive Smarter

Not everyone has the money to afford a more gas efficient vehicle, but there are ways in which you can save gas in your own car. By following the speed limit and using cruise control in your car, you can save nearly $0.25 per gallon! Also, by traveling light and using the windows instead of the air conditioner, you can save even more. One last tip, always make sure your tires are inflated at least once a month.

Keep an Eye on Prices

With the growth of technology, there are now websites and apps available at every turn in which you can track gas prices in your town. If you keep an eye on the prices and fill up at the cheapest possible pumps in your town, you can save a lot of money over the course of a year. Also, make sure to avoid filling up your tank on weekends. Typically, the gas prices rise slightly over the weekends as people are traveling more. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are the best days to fill up.

So now you know five of the most efficient ways in which you can save money on gas this summer! Try some of these out and you are sure to see the savings quickly add up!

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