2) Keep Your Engine Tuned
Keeping your engine well tuned is another good way to stretch your gas dollar. An engine that grinds for ten seconds before firing up wastes enough gas to take you two miles. Maybe it's time for a new set of spark plugs and a new air filter. Now is a good time to go get them. Also have a mechanic bump the timing a degree or two if possible.
3) Add an octane booster to your fuel tank
Simply adding an octane booster to your fuel tank will improve performance and minimize gasoline-caused problems. You may want to try 104+ Octane Boost or 104+ Maximum Octane Boost from Gold Eagle Co.
Both will raise the octane number of the gasoline you’re pumping in, while at the same time working to clean and lubricate your vehicle’s fuel injectors and complete fuel system.
Recent improvements to the formulas mean better acceleration, restored horsepower, reduced knocks and pings, and less hesitation. Regular use of 104+ Octane Boost products will give all vehicle owners more power from their engines, even with reduced octane gasoline.
Available in convenient, clear 16-ounce easy-pour plastic bottles, 104+ Octane Boost and 104+ MAXIMUM Octane Boost can be purchased at most auto parts retailers. For more information visit www.goldeagle.com.
4) Clean Out Your Trunk
If you keep a lot of junk in the trunk of your car, get it out! When your car is carrying extra weight around, it requires more gas to get you from here to there.
A little spring cleaning will not only do your car, but your psyche some good. Courtesy of ARA Content