Gas Prices Soaring Up And Up

Prices of gasoline are rising every day. The price per barrel has increased a whopping 60% since the year 2000. How mind-boggling is that?

Yes there may be some days when we go to the pumps and the prices are slightly down but they never seem to stay that way too long. How many of us are searching for that gas station with the cheapest gas of the day? What a waste of gas, time and money that is especially when you have to sit there and wait in a long line to purchase the fuel.

Well my friends I do not see any light at the end of the tunnel as far as the price of gas goes, and unless we all decide we are taking public transportation, bicycles or just going to walk, we have no choice. Saving on the amount of fuel you are burning in your car right now is one of the only ways you are going to save money on gasoline because the cost for fuel will increase further. There might be days of lower prices, but in general it will only go higher and higher.

There are a lot of great automobiles that will get better gas mileage then others; the thing is a lot of us just can not afford to buy one; we have to drive what we have. Is there a solution for new cars, used cars, trucks, motor-bikes, etc. to save on fuel, and therefore save money? We all have to drive and I believe as long as that is our only option fuel savings should be one of our highest priorities.

So how do we go about saving money on our fuel costs? Well you can always take a look at your driving habits. There are plenty of good articles and tips on the internet that will help you develop good driving habits. The other way to save money on fuel is to research and test some of the additives and fuel conditioners that are on the market today, however be careful, study the science of the product, make sure it’s EPA registered so you know it’s safe for your vehicle, check to make sure the product has been properly tested, and what’s the cost verses the savings. These are just a few of the factors you’ll want to consider when buying a fuel additive or conditioner. There are a lot of different products out there and deciding which one to try can be a difficult choice. Just use your common sense and don’t get fooled by unrealistic claims.

We have researched a number of different products that help save on fuel. There are some great products out there that really do work. For a report on our findings please feel free to contact us at:

Ken Flegel or Brenda Larsen

(306)545-4535 or (306)501-7424


About the author:

Ken Flegel works as a certified electronic technician , part time mechanic, and purchaser for the local school board. One of his responsibilities is the purchasing of the fuel for all the board’s vehicles therefore giving him extensive knowledge in fuel quality, condition, and price.

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