Well, we are into the Holiday Season and once again gasoline prices are hovering around $4.00 a gallon for regular unleaded. I think it's time again to start sharing some low-priced gas locations again so we can save money, especially with winter coming and the holidays, we all need a break because it's tough out there on families.

 

 

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Shawn Michaels
Shawn Michaels
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Usually what I do to save a bit on gas is to fill my tank, I find I get slightly better gas mileage when I fill my tank as opposed to just adding a little gas here and there. Do you find that the case also? I also try to keep maintenance up to date on the cars, this helps. Making sure the tire pressure is good can also help you get slightly better gas mileage.

To be honest, though the only way to pay less at the pumps is to simply find the lowest-priced gas in your neighborhood. It's that simple. I won't drive a half hour to save a few cents, that makes no sense, but if we can find the least expensive gas in our neighborhoods, that can help.

 

 

 

 

 

Unsplash.com Alexander Grey
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So share with us what the best gasoline prices are in your neighborhood so others might be able to save a few bucks as we brace for a cold winter and the financial drain of the holidays, which looks to be tight this year.

Let's hope there is some solution and a reprieve coming soon, which can help families here in New Jersey. Post your comments below and you can always click on "GAS-BUDDY" for more price comparisons.

 

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