11 Ways To Curb High Gas Prices On Your Next Road Trip
As gas prices continue to rise, many travelers are feeling the pinch as their travel costs, particularly gas, rise. CNN recently published a great list of tips to help you keep your road trip dreams alive this Spring. Here are their 11 easy ways to mitigate the impact of high gas prices on your road trip:
1. Use apps to find less expensive gas
2. Take advantage of card discounts
3. Bypass stations just off major highways
4. Get stingy at expensive gas stations
5. Keep up with your vehicle maintenance
6. Develop good driving habits
7. Drive more slowly and steadily
8. Consider a 'nearcation'
9. Target states with cheaper gas
10. Ditch the car in a big city
11. Share the ride
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