There are ways to make sure you're getting all the value possible out of that gas money. We want our users to have that information and anything else they need to drive safely, save money, and make the best automotive choices.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2007
Carseek.com, a full-featured news and auto information website based in San Jose, California, now includes a rich knowledge base of articles designed to educate car owners on all aspects of the driving experience including maximizing fuel efficiency and use.
In articles like "10 Ways to Save Money on Gasoline," the writers and automotive experts at Carseek.com help drivers to examine their habits behind the wheel, tend to key points of automotive maintenance, and shop discriminately for the best gasoline prices.
"This summer drivers faced prices hovering around $3 a gallon nationwide," said Wes Mayder, CEO and President of Carseek.com. "There are ways to make sure you're getting all the value possible out of that gas money. We want our users to have that information and anything else they need to drive safely, save money, and make the best automotive choices."
Unless drivers stay on top of tire pressure, required engine tune-ups, and increased drag on the auto's exterior, their gas dollars may be going to waste. Simple things like driving the speed limit, making slow accelerations, and understanding how to use the air conditioning system can dramatically improve gas usage.
By comparison shopping with online tools that locate the best prices in their area and really understanding gasoline grades, drivers are better prepared to make good choices about where they fill up and when.
"There are a lot of myths that get passed around from generation to generation of drivers about car maintenance and use," said Mayder. "Technology has changed. What worked for your father or grandfather may not work with today's automobiles."
Additional articles in the Carseek library examine the growing body of data related to hybrid technology, a topic most drivers do not yet understand. Browsing the article section, visitors will find material on insuring teenage drivers, buying versus leasing a car, and shopping for new cars. Carseek covers the latest concept vehicles and reports from car shows around the world.
Exploring the total site, Carseek.com users have up-to-date automotive news, comprehensive car reviews, purchasing guides, and price quote information at their disposal.
"Carseek.com addresses the total driving experience, not just buying a new car," said Mayder. "We will continue to expand our library of articles, especially those related to fuel use and efficiency."
To utilize the Carseek.com library, visit the site and click "Articles" on the main menu bar at the top of the page. New articles are added regularly on a variety of automotive-related topics and the editors invite your questions, comments, and ideas. Send email to: editor(at)carseek.com.
Carseek.com, based in San Jose, California, works with a nationwide clientele. Since its launch in 2005, Carseek has processed more than 200,000 new car purchases. With an expanding database of news, articles, and more than 300 extensive car reviews, the site is a "one stop shop" for auto enthusiasts and new car buyers.