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GM On Board with Obama Fuel Standards

Friday, May 29th, 2009

General Motors has given its support for President Obama’s strict fuel standards, and plans on following suit to manufacturer vehicles with better mileage. From Kansascity.com: General Motors, in a statement, said it was fully committed to the approach, which will set a uniform standard in the United States for fuel economy and greenhouse-gas reduction. Fritz […]

Obamas Plan for Automakers Fuel Efficiency: Brilliance or Burden?

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

Pros and Cons of Obama’s New Plan For Fuel Efficiency Our nation’s automotive industry is currently falling apart at an astounding rate. Because of this, leading auto manufacturers in the U.S. have to make some drastic changes – and in some cases this may mean a complete restructuring and overhaul of the way they operate […]

Top 3 hybrid vehicles and their features

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Hybrid cars are the hottest purchase in the vehicle market today. Saving on fuel is a top priority for most American drivers these days as the economy struggles to recover. However, buying a hybrid car is a big commitment and one to be taken seriously. The question burning in everyone’s mind is, what is the […]

Will Gas Prices Spike for Memorial Day Weekend?

Monday, May 4th, 2009

Has anyone else noticed how gas prices always seem to go up on the weekends? Not only do we find that gas prices increase on weekends but they also consistently rise when we have a holiday. Are gas prices going up for Memorial Day weekend? If gas price patterns are any indication, the answer would […]

Gas Prices Fluctuate, Drop

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

Bizjournals.com reports gas prices dropping in Pennsylvania, but only by one cent. The report covered Erie to Altoona. Forbes.com reported that the Carolinas will see gas prices stabilized for the Easter holiday, and compared to last year and the year before, gas prices at Easter are down significantly. Ohio is one of the leaders in […]

Gas Price Predictions Accurate to Date

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

In a recent article posting we discussed a website that predicts gas price futures. Can anyone really be sure what the future will hold for the ups and downs of gas prices at the pump? Apparently, they can. GasPredictor.com has announced 100 Consecutive Correct Predictions, a recent press release states on prweb.com. Their first prediction […]

Can Your Hybrid Help You Get Cheap Auto Insurance?

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

In an effort to save money and to make less of an impact on the Internet, many people are choosing to purchase hybrid cars that will help them stretch their gas dollars.  These cars may help with saving money on gas, but what about when it comes to getting cheap auto insurance?  Can a hybrid […]

Conoco’s CEO predicts Oil Price Jump

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

Saving money by paying less than $2.00 a gallon for gas has decreased the financial strain many Americans have been feeling, but will it last? ConocoPhillips’ (COP) chief executive Jim Mulva thinks an increase in the price per barrel of oil will increase, but not to the dramatic points we’ve seen in recent past. "We […]

Gas Prices and Gas Predictions

Friday, March 6th, 2009

Another tip from AutoCareInsurance.com to help you in your troubled economy: When gas was $4.00 per gallon, many of us used the now famous gasbuddy.com to find the cheapest source of gas. It features a simple search in  your area and includes many, if not all, of the local gas station prices. Lately, gas prices […]

Tips to save on Travel and Gas in Fort Collins, CO

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

According to a recent press release you can now travel to Fort Collins, CO without the worry about gas prices, as long as you stay at the Residence Inn. The popular hotel is offering a $25 gas gift card for every night stayed Thursday through Sunday. Wow! So now while you’re going to visit Rocky Mountain National Park, or […]

How Will Lowered Gas Prices Affect Our Future Economy?

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

As the economy continued with its downward spiral, one “positive” side effect of businesses closing their doors was the reduction in gas prices.  After all, with less businesses in operation, there was a decreased demand for oil, which resulted in paying less at the gas pump.  Of course, ask anyone who lost his or her […]

Monitoring Fuel Efficiency with the JET Performance Monitor

Friday, November 28th, 2008

Although the price of gasoline has recently been on the decline, it is still far more expensive than it was just a few years ago.  In addition, when the economy finally sees a rebound, we will likely see gas prices go up once more.  Therefore, you might want to start taking steps to monitor the […]

Looking Forward to Energy Alternatives

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Now that we have a new President-elect ready to take office next year, you may be wondering what he has in store for us in terms of energy sources and vehicle options.  Before he was elected to office, Barack Obama made it clear that he was concerned about our energy situation and that he wanted […]

Consumers Polled Regarding Energy Crisis Solutions

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

Biofuels have received a great deal of attention lately and, according to a poll commissioned by the Ethanol Promotions and Information Council (EPIC), a large number of consumers view biofuel as being the answer to providing the United States with long term energy security.  According to a press release from EPIC, the majority of consumers […]

MPGreen Offers Innovative New Fuel Additives

Monday, November 17th, 2008

If you are looking for a way to save more fuel and to reduce your vehicle’s emissions, you might be interested in the new line of diesel and gasoline additives being launched by MPGreen.  According to a recent press release,  the company is officially launching an additive that is capable of keeping engines and fuel […]

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