No matter what the prices are per gallon of gas, all of us can agree it's a smart idea to try to be as fuel-efficient as possible. Whether it's driving closer to the speed limit or keeping extra weight out of the car, small efforts add up to real savings. Here are two more easy ideas. If you live in a dry, dusty environment, change your air filters on a regular basis. A dirty filter can make your car work harder, which decreases fuel efficiency. And be sure you know what type of motor oil your car needs. The wrong oil can lead to decreased efficiency as well.
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