Some predictions have gas prices heading to $5.00 a gallon, which would easily beat the record of $4.00 from 2008. If you haven’t started thinking about how the prices effect your driving, you probably soon will. Texas Transportation Institute Researcher, Joe Zietsman, says most people don’t realize the money they can save just by changing the way they drive. “TTI studies and others show that at least 10 percent of your gas bill can be eliminated just by what we call ‘eco-driving.’ ”
Ok, is it me or are gas prices going up again? I work for minimum wage and my job is about fifteen minutes away from my house. I only work part-time because I go to school too, which is about 20 minutes away from my house. I feel like I spend most of my paycheck on gas. I looked up some tips on how to make my gas last longer and I thought I would share them with you.