Gas Smarts: Hundreds of Small Ways to Save Big Time at the Pump

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Adams Media, May 15, 2011 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Do you get that sinking feeling that you are wasting cash whenever you're driving?
Are you sick of gasoline prices increasing whenever gasoline companies feel like it?
Are you becoming increasingly aware of how your car's gas usage is negatively impacting the environment?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, this is the right book to crown you the king of your own road to savings. Author Ron Weiers's priceless advice guarantees to save you money in all facets of your driving. Whether you're behind the wheel, planning your next trip, researching a new vehicle, or considering adding aftermarket accessories to your car, this book has the information you need to drive efficiently, safely, and as inexpensively as possible.

  

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Contents

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About the author (2011)

Ronald M. Weiers, PhD is an experienced teacher and textbook author in the fields of business statistics and marketing research. He has authored eight automotive books on topics ranging from repair and maintenance to fuel efficiency and safety.

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