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    Best Time to Buy New Tires

    By Allison Martin - Tips for Best Place to Buy Tires Online
    You're at the dealership or auto repair shop for routine maintenance and the service representative drops a bomb. Suddenly, what was supposed to be a quick and inexpensive visit has turned into a nightmare: You need new tires. And not just one, ...

    Study: Best Place to Buy Tires Online - Tire Rack vs Discount Tires Direct vs 1010Tires

    July 23, 2014 - Reviews
    Ordering your tires online is not only hassle-free, but offers better prices. Here are the best websites to get the best deals on top tires.

    10 Money Saving Tips for a Road Trip

    By Tammy K - Tips for Gas
    We've found the secret to saving money on road trips: A big dose of planning. Okay, that might not be much of a secret, but everything from those junk food indulgences to the stomach-churning cash spent at the pump can be managed -- and often ...

    Make Your Money Stretch Further on a Cross-Country Road Trip

    A cross-country road trip can be an affordable way to see what lies between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. But with gasoline averaging over $3.50 a gallon in the U.S. , a little planning can go a long way in helping you stay within your ...
    Car Rental

    How Does Credit Card Car Rental Insurance Work

    By Meghan C - Tips for Car Rental Insurance
    Whether traveling for business or for pleasure, having the right credit card in your wallet can make your travels much easier – especially if you plan on renting a car. Many credit cards these days come armed with rental car insurance plans. But ...
    Infographic: Over-inflating your tires save gas?

    Gas Myths Survey: “Gassy” Advice to Save Money at the Pump

    By Charles Tran - Tips for Gas
    Most people know that they can save gasoline by shifting into neutral when going downhill, and that the act of turning off the A/C and opening the windows conserves fuel. Unfortunately, what most people “know” isn't always true, according to a ...
    Infographics: Public Transportation

    Infographic: Public Transportation Statistics

    By Kelly Teh - Tips for Gas
    As I was riding the D.C. Metro a couple of weeks ago, I was reminded of the metro tickets I keep as mementos of places I’ve traveled: San Francisco’s BART, Atlanta’s MARTA, and New York City’s subway system. That got me thinking about stories of ...
    Infographics: On the Road Again

    Summer Road Trip - 4 Credit Card Tips to Help You Save

    By Meghan C - Tips for Travel
    Summer road trips are a fun way for family’s to bond and explore the country during their summer break. But the once low-cost vacation can now present a hefty price-tag to a family of four.
    Cost of Gasoline

    Why Are Gas Prices So High

    By Meghan C - Tips for Gas
    According to U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) gas price forecasts as of May 10, 2011, the average retail price for gas in the United States is expected to be $3.66 per gallon in 2012. This high price has many consumers’ (and their ...
    Fuel Cost Composition

    How Gas Prices Work

    By Meghan C - Tips for Gas
    With gas prices on the rise (and consumers' credit cards feeling the effects), many car owners are scratching their heads. It's unclear to most people exactly how their gas is priced and they're left wondering if they should start researching ...

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