Want to spend less at the pump? How you drive, where you buy gas, and how you pay can help you fuel up on savings.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans who will be taking a road trip this summer, you’ll likely feel a big pinch at the pump, as prices have climbed more than 30 cents a gallon in the first half of 2014. But you can cut your costs significantly all year round—even if you’re just commuting to work—simply by adjusting your approach to driving and vehicle care.
NEA Member Benefits explains how you can keep more cash in your pocket when you got to the pump.
Check out these 10 expert tips, many of which are backed by research from the U.S. Department of Energy’s highly respected Oak Ridge National Laboratory.