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Buying a car and covering routine maintenance aren't the only two areas of expense. Daily operations come with costs. Fuel isn't free, so why waste it? By practicing better steps for fuel economy, drivers can reduce the overall costs associated with owning a car. Many of those steps are surprisingly simple ones.

The way you drive factors into fuel economy. Speeding and excessive braking around Lubbock burns up gas. When fuel depletes, you must make a trip to the local gas station. Frequent trips mean spending more money. Driving a little better could help you save on fuel expenditures. And better driving is safer, too.

Packing too much cargo inside the vehicle weighs it down. That impacts fuel economy. Try to haul less, if possible. Perhaps cleaning out the trunk would be a good idea, as well.


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