#4 The summer driving season is here. Whether you’re going camping, to the beach, or on a great American road trip—how you drive can help you save on gas. For most vehicles, fuel efficiency starts to drop once you hit speeds higher than 60 mph. You can improve your gas mileage 10 - 15% by driving at 55 mph rather than 65 mph. If puttering along at 55 is not your thing, avoid jackrabbit starts and Indy-500 highway maneuvers and you can reduce your fuel consumption by as much as 33%. Cruise along this summer and you’ll put less gas in the tank.

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