I saw this in the news recently and thought you should see it.
The Washington Times reports that Oil and Gasoline prices have risen to their highest levels in over two years and that analysts say prices could rise dramatically this year as the demand for oil and gas rises in the USA and around the world.
As the world wide recession begins to lessen more people are out driving and businesses are beginning to ramp up production. All of those actions contribute to gas prices going UP UP UP.
That news and other things I have heard and read made me very nervous about Gas prices. The former head of Shell Oil has warned that gas prices could possibly rise to the $5 per gallon range by the beginning of 2012 because of fast growing demand for gas in places like China and India.
Recently I came across an Ebook package that really made some sense and thought you would like to hear about it. The Save Cash on Fuel In 10 Simple Steps ebook is packed with real world examples that really work.
The heart of this ebook is dedicated to saving you money by delivering a detailed outline of what you can do (without spending a fortune) to increase your mileage and reduce your dependencies on gasoline.
While this may sound mind boggling that there are so many steps you can take to improve fuel economy without buying a new car or some new invention, the reality is that these ideas have been hidden away, mostly because up until recently gasoline costs have always been low enough that no one ever felt it was worth while to investigate what could really be done to save gasoline and money.
This book is easy to understand. You won’t find a lot of jargon and terms you don’t understand. That way you can get started right away with implementing the money saving techniques. There’s not a lot of “fluff.” What you will get is direct information outlined and organized in a variety of categories based on you and your automobile. Most of the material is pretty straight forward.
Through years of research and background checking the writers have found the best ideas and techniques to lower fuel consumption and increase miles per gallon.
The writers have also included three BONUS books that go into more detail about fuel savings.
Presenting Car Aerodynamics 101
The majority of the energy used to propel your car is used to overcome air resistance. Two types of aerodynamic force are acting on any object that moves through the air, whether it be an airplane, a skydiver, or your car. These forces are lift and drag. Both are equally important in aircraft, but drag is generally more important in most automobiles. This bonus ebook uncovers concepts you probably have never thought about, but should. When it comes to saving fuel costs these issues cannot be ignored.
Do Fuel Saving Extra’s Actually Work?
You see them advertised on TV and in magazines (and now online). Dozens of products that promise to save you money and gas costs. They come in all forms; Gas additives, carborator attachements, enhancers, cleaners and just about any other angle you can imagine. Learn what works and why it does, and more importantly what type of products are a scam and why you should run away from them as fast as you can.
Tires for Maximum Fuel Economy
The way the rubber meets the road is one of the most important areas in saving fuel costs.
This BONUS ebook offers a review of the tires that are most likely on your car along with what do ask about when it’s time to buy new tires.
There's so much information on saving fuel that you wont belive you get it all for only $16.23.
Click here to order the book now and you can begin saving money on gas within the next days.
You can never start too soon because gas prices appear to only be going up.
Thanks for reading.
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