So summer is right around the corner and if you’re like most Americans, it’s the time of year when you’ll be out-and-about and most active. This summer, however, your activity plans may hit you a bit harder in the wallet than previous years due to the high cost of gas at the pumps. According to the US Energy Administration, the national average cost for a gallon of gas in the 1stweek of May 2011 hit $4.02 which is just 14 cents off the all time high of $4.16 recorded in July of 2008.
So what’s a person to do? You can’t just stay home all summer and do nothing. Fear not my friends because here are 5 tips (4 about your vehicle and 1 about the cash in your wallet) you can use right away to help ease the sting of those pesky gas prices.
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