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Fuel your car and your rewards. With a gas credit card, you can earn cash back or rewards points when you go to the pump.

Infographics: Public Transportation

Public Transportation Statistics

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 ...

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Gas Rewards Benefits

Why Choose a Credit Card with Gas Rewards

  • You can earn bonus deals and promotions. See the full list of the current gas credit card deals.

  • Get rewarded for purchases you’ll be making anyway: Buying gas is the ultimate necessity if you have a car, so why not earn rewards for it? While other types of rewards – like those earned when shopping online or at department stores – can encourage overspending, you can’t buy more gas than you need.

  • Stem the cost of high prices: Buying gas is unlike buying almost anything else. It’s usually unnecessary to “shop around” since prices rarely vary within small geographic areas and it doesn’t ever go on sale like most other items.

What to Watch Out for When Choosing and Using Your Gas Credit Card

  • Avoid gas cards issued by gas stations: Some gas stations offer credit cards that earn discounts only at their stations. These rewards may be comparable to other credit cards but they are also inconvenient. Instead, choose a card that offers rewards on gas purchases regardless of the brand or station.

  • Check the fine print: Some gas station branded cards exclude purchases of diesel gas from their rewards programs. They may also limit the amount of gas (by quantity or by cost) that is eligible for rewards for one transaction.

  • If you happen to be a warehouse club member, you probably shouldn’t bother with a gas credit card, as most gas credit cards are only eligible for rewards at stand-alone gas stations. It’s likely that the savings you’ll get by purchasing warehouse gas stations is greater than the rewards you’d earn if you paid full price at a stand-alone gas station.

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Average Car Loan Interest Rate

Good credit can get you a favorable car loan interest rate around 4.3 - 4.5%. Bad credit can leave you with interest rates as high as 19%. The difference is that drastic.

Road Rage Statistics

80% of drivers exhibit some type of road rage. An alarming 8 million act upon their road rage, causing harm to people and vehicles.

Why High Gas Prices are Good

High gas prices could save your life. We found 23 positive ways the higher price at the pump can actually benefit all of us.

Best Time to Buy a Motorcycle

In the market for a motorcycle? It is possible to score a deal on a high quality bike without breaking the bank, starting with when you shop.

23 Research-Driven Ways to Save Money on Gas

Employ these tricks and tips for getting more mileage out of every dollar when you're behind the wheel.

Car Accident Statistics

Read about the sobering # of Americans who die in car accidents every year and the surprising trend in car accident statistics.

Gas Station Statistics

How many gas stations are there in the U.S.? Who owns them? How often are they robbed? Read on for 23 remarkable facts and figures on gas stations.

Commute Statistics;Average American Commute;Commuting Statistics

Commuting can be a real time buster, especially if you're dealing with morning gridlock or the 5 pm rush. If you're wondering which drivers luck out and spend the least amount of time in the car or when most people are heading out to work each ...

Cities with Best Air Quality

Where you live and the air you breathe can have a huge impact on your health – and your wallet. Research shows that the poorer a city's air quality, the more likely residents will have to spend money on medical bills for related sicknesses or ...

Best Cities to Live Without a Car

Tired of spending money on gas and car maintenance, only to get stuck in traffic every day on your commute to work? What if you could get to work without driving? That's the reality for many people living in or near the cities on this list. ...
Average Commute Distances

How to Get Better Gas Mileage

With gasoline prices perpetually on the rise, U.S. vehicle owners are always looking for ways to increase their gas mileage so their credit cards can take a break.

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