Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 23, 2006 -–
With gas prices nearing $3 (and rising), industry analyst are predicting they will go higher, much higher before the summer is over. So the question becomes how long can automobile owners endure higher gas prices and how might this effect millions of households throughout America?
Well for one gentleman he didn’t want to wait to find out.
“I had to figure something out…” says Travis Robinson, Jr., author of the newly released guide, '14 Ways To Save Money At The Pump – Despite Rising Gas Prices'. “…and I felt that with the right information and attention to some minor details I could figure out how to save more money on my gas and get more miles per gallon from each of my cars than I have before.”
Mr. Robinson’s guide is not only timely but the tips offered are refreshingly good and will make you slap your hand to your forehead and exclaim, “Wow, why didn’t I think of that?!”
'14 Ways To Save Money At The Pump – Despite Rising Gas Prices' is not the same old advice that you’ve heard before that everyone seems to be giving out in the news; advice such as get a tune up or don’t run your air conditioner so on and so forth.
No. Mr. Robinson’s tips are much more creative and updated to allow you to take advantage of free resources such as the Internet and credit card companies and trees to lower your gas cost. This guide informs consumers on how many miles you will gain or lose by following these tips or even how you can save money when purchasing your gas. Although the information contained in this guide is not rocket science, it does give you good solid workable information that you probably would not have thought of otherwise.
“This guide is really insightful and actually makes going to the gas station less painful than it has been in the past…” says ShaLisa Dumas a college student from Little Rock, Arkansas.
“…I wish my mechanic knew about this…” says John Purnell, a bail bondsman out of Delaware.
14 Ways To Save Money At The Pump – Despite Rising Gas Prices is a must read for anyone who drives a vehicle who wants to increase your cars miles per gallon and/or save money when purchasing gas.
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Travis Robinson, Jr. is available for interviews. To learn more about Mr. Robinson and his unique fuel savings guide, call 1.800.362.3940.