Mileage Deductions 2009 - Best Gas Mileage Cars
The Gas Mileage Bible
by Kenny Joines & Ron Hollenbeck

The Gas Mileage Bible is a must for anyone who drives a car. It's easy to understand if you do not know a lot of about cars, yet it has lots of information that would even interest those weekend mechanics. The authors provide simple scientific explanations on what causes losses and gains in fuel economy. In addition, they lay out clear-cut gas-saving solutions, breaking them down into straightforward categories: "no tech", "low tech", and "high tech", which makes it easy to understand how quickly and easily you can implement each solution.

One person improved their fuel economy in their two vehicles by at least 2 mpg without buying any upgrades or gadgets. They feel that "high tech" implement that can improve fuel economy even further. A must read if you drive a car


Mileage Deductions 2009 - Best Gas Mileage Cars

Mileage Deductions 2009 * Best Gas Mileage Cars

Finding The Best Gas Mileage Cars On The Lot   
Carl Lafresnaye

Lately, it seems like car lots are filled with enormous sport-utility vehicles, trucks, hummers, and many other gasoline hungry vehicles.

The best gas mileage cars are most likely hidden in the shadow of these larger vehicles depending on which car lot a person may go to. It is important to remember that paying for fuel is part of the expense of having a vehicle and if gasoline is not affordable then the vehicle is not as well.

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Hot Pursuit: Competition Heats Up For Police Cars (AP Via Yahoo! News)
Ford Motor Co. wants to remain the top gun in the U.S. police car market with a new cruiser due out next year, but its competitors are in hot pursuit.


What can one do to find the best gas mileage cars? There are some basic rules to the situation that involve how many cylinders the vehicle runs on, the estimated amount of miles per gallon for the particular vehicle, and the monthly payment amount for the car itself. These are just some of the things that a person really should be considering when looking at the purchase of a new car or truck.

Tips On The Best Gas Mileage Cars

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Doxsey's Mileage Pay Led County In 2009 (Poughkeepsie Journal)
The head of the Dutchess County Legislature has asked the county comptroller to investigate the mileage expenses of the lone Conservative legislator, who said he has not abused the reimbursement polic...


There is a rumor that even if a vehicle runs on eight cylinders, it may be more fuel- efficient than a vehicle with fewer cylinders due to the weight to gasoline ratio. There is no certainty of this when speaking of best gas mileage cars, however the obvious common sense of the matter is that a Ferrari is going to use more gas than a Dodge Omni in most cases. The fewer cylinders in a vehicle, the fewer the fill-ups with exception to what would be considered normal weekly driving. Faster cars or sports cars typically have far more than four cylinders to provide the type of output expected.

When purchasing a vehicle on a car lot, there is typically a piece of paper in the window of the automobile that states some basic details about the car. Tip number two in the attempt to find best gas mileage cars is to look for MPG or miles per gallon on the sheet posted in the vehicle. There will be an estimate for highway usage, which is typically more than the other estimate, which is based on local or normal in town driving. From there, simply decide which you do more of and find the vehicle that offers the most for the money concerning gasoline requirements.

Finally, even the best gas mileage cars will require a car payment in most cases and that monthly amount is very important to consider. Imagine when purchasing a vehicle that two years later gas prices may rise anywhere from twenty-five cents to fifty cents and ask if it is then affordable. The monthly amount for paying on the vehicle must be reasonable to allow compensation for gas price increases while owning the vehicle along with insurance and maintenance costs.

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