Ways To Save At The Pump

At the gas station.

Do you feel like your gas tank is always on E? We get that always paying visits to the gas pump can not only be frustrating but a miserable experience. Let’s be honest, the price continues to go up! The good thing for you is we understand your frustration and have gathered a few tips for you to cut down on those trips and save at the pump.


Find the cheapest gas no matter what city or state you are in with an app. Some great apps to use are Waze and GasBuddy. If you are on your computer, there are several websites you can visit to guarantee you are getting the most bang for your buck! Pro Tip: when taking a trip, plan out where to get gas and make sure you aren’t too close to empty so you aren’t forced to buy gas at the closest station.


Do you visit the same gas station over and over again? If so, check to see if they have a rewards program. If they do, start using it! Sometimes even your grocery store will offer fuel rewards. Another way to get rewards is by choosing a credit card that offers cashback or rewards points when you purchase gas. Pro Tip: To ensure you aren’t paying interest on your gas purchases, pay the fuel charges in full each month.

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Another way to watch what you spend is fueling up your tank early in the week. Studies have shown that gas prices are lower on Monday and Tuesday and tend to go up on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. To improve your fuel economy, try reducing the use of your heater and air conditioner. Make sure your vehicle is at peak performance. Double-check your tire pressure, check the gas cap to make sure it’s tight, remove any racks from your car, and lighten the load to save at the pump.

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