Fact or Fiction - Can You Save Money by Changing Your Driving Habits?

Whether you're going down the block or driving across the country, do your driving habits really affect how much money you spend at the pump?

Hi, and welcome to SaveOnEnergy.com's Fact or Fiction. Today we're going to take a look at whether or not changing your driving habits can really save you money at the pump.

Some people believe you can improve your gas mileage by just making a few simple changes to the way you drive, others, they're unconvinced.

So, can you save money on gas by changing your driving habits?

Avoiding aggressive driving such as speeding, rapidly accelerating or braking can help keep fuel in your tank. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, sensible driving can improve your fuel economy by up to 33%.

Depending on your vehicle, that could save you as much as $1.09/gallon.

So there you have it! Join us next time on Fact or Fiction to find out whether driving or flying is a more efficient way to travel.

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