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The Gas-Miser's Guide

The Gas-Miser's Guide

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THE GAS MISER’S GUIDE

199 ways to save $$$ on gasoline

The Gas Miser’s Guide is for any driver who wants better gasoline or diesel mileage. Whatever type of car or truck you drive, the tips in this book can definitely save you money. It ought to be especially useful for beginning or inexperienced drivers.

Some of these tips you already know. Many, you don’t.

Originally compiled in response to the fuel availability crisis of 1973-1974, the advice given here is even more valuable today. The price of fuel has soared since this book was written, making your potential savings even greater.

So, as you read, remember: The data and descriptions in The Gas Miser’s Guide go back almost 40 years. The original version has not been changed -- because the basic laws of physics remain the same. Fuel economy is still about moving weight over distance.

The Gas Miser’s Guide is written with U.S. motorists in mind. That’s why we refer to “miles per gallon.” The facts, however, are true all over the world, whether you measure kilometers per liter or use some other measure. Whether you live and drive in Brazil, Russia, India or China, whether you use gasoline or diesel fuel, advice in the Gas Miser’s Guide is for you, your vehicle and your roads.

You won’t find anything in this booklet about battery-electric, gasoline-electric hybrid, and plug-in hybrid cars -- or about compressed natural gas (CNG), biodiesel or ethanol fuels. In 1974, these concepts and products were all “around the corner,” “over the hill,” or “beyond the horizon,” to be discussed perhaps in a sequel Guide.

If this eBook version of The Gas Miser’s Guide is successful as an inexpensive--about half the cost of a gallon of gas in the U.S.–handbook, the authors plan to issue a completely updated sequel. By following our website or Facebook page, you will be notified when this happens.

Drivers who have followed practices described in the original Gas Misers Guide could have saved thousands of dollars on gasoline over the years. You, too, can start saving money the instant you receive your copy.

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The Gas-Miser's Guide

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The Gas-Miser's Guide

Longueur: 92 pages1 heure

Description

THE GAS MISER’S GUIDE

199 ways to save $$$ on gasoline

The Gas Miser’s Guide is for any driver who wants better gasoline or diesel mileage. Whatever type of car or truck you drive, the tips in this book can definitely save you money. It ought to be especially useful for beginning or inexperienced drivers.

Some of these tips you already know. Many, you don’t.

Originally compiled in response to the fuel availability crisis of 1973-1974, the advice given here is even more valuable today. The price of fuel has soared since this book was written, making your potential savings even greater.

So, as you read, remember: The data and descriptions in The Gas Miser’s Guide go back almost 40 years. The original version has not been changed -- because the basic laws of physics remain the same. Fuel economy is still about moving weight over distance.

The Gas Miser’s Guide is written with U.S. motorists in mind. That’s why we refer to “miles per gallon.” The facts, however, are true all over the world, whether you measure kilometers per liter or use some other measure. Whether you live and drive in Brazil, Russia, India or China, whether you use gasoline or diesel fuel, advice in the Gas Miser’s Guide is for you, your vehicle and your roads.

You won’t find anything in this booklet about battery-electric, gasoline-electric hybrid, and plug-in hybrid cars -- or about compressed natural gas (CNG), biodiesel or ethanol fuels. In 1974, these concepts and products were all “around the corner,” “over the hill,” or “beyond the horizon,” to be discussed perhaps in a sequel Guide.

If this eBook version of The Gas Miser’s Guide is successful as an inexpensive--about half the cost of a gallon of gas in the U.S.–handbook, the authors plan to issue a completely updated sequel. By following our website or Facebook page, you will be notified when this happens.

Drivers who have followed practices described in the original Gas Misers Guide could have saved thousands of dollars on gasoline over the years. You, too, can start saving money the instant you receive your copy.

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