Save Money on Gas: 7 Easy Ways to Boost MPG

It's not unexpected that many people want to increase their gas mileage in order to reduce their expenses.

Cars use 1–2% more gas for every 100 pounds of extra weight.

Reduce the Weight

Two elements, air resistance and tire rolling resistance, cause a decrease in fuel economy at higher speeds.

Watch Your Speed

Underinflated tires can cause a loss of fuel economy of up to 1.3 miles per gallon when driving a mid-sized sedan on the highway.

Optimal Tire Pressure

With the help of a trip computer, drivers can see the instantaneous effect of a maneuver, like quick acceleration, on fuel consumption.

Monitor Your Driving