There is almost NOTHING that has a greater impact on the American lifestyle that the cost of the fuel for our cars. The skyrocketing price of gasoline is making a huge impact on everyone, from the ager who is just starting out, to the most elderly person who remembers the days when gas cost as little as 25 cents a gallon.
The Washington Times reports that Oil and Gasoline prices have risen to their highest levels in over two years and that ysts 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.
The former head of Shell Oil was 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.
Currently Oil demand is at about 87 million gallons per day! Wow. That’s a lot of oil. That’s more than 100,000 barrels a day more than in 2007, just a few years ago. With demand growing who knows where it will all stop. But you can be sure that the chances of oil and gas prices going down are slim and none.
Some people predict that within 10 years we will be at a point where there may be “gas rationing” along with long lines at the gas pump. Whether we know it or not we are in crisis mode and anyone who prepares for these events by understanding what they can do to cut their gasoline costs and increase mileage is way a head of the game.
Besides demand, gasoline prices rise because of the weaker dollar in the world economy, the budget deficits, the instability in many of the Arab nations, oil speculators, limitations in new oil drilling projects and general inflation trends.
Saving gas and increasing your mileage is very similar to going on a personal diet and losing weight.
There are literally thousands of diets for your body and everyone is doing them, but how many diets do you ever hear about for your car. You are about to learn of an exciting new ebook that can help you prepare for events that are guaranteed to happen
What would everyone say if this next New Years Eve you made a resolution to cut back on your gasoline consumption. Your friends might laugh, yet just like a diet, it’s a great way to make a difference in your life and really do something good for the world around you.
While there may be many obvious things you can do to cut your fuel costs, there are many people that do things that have little or no impact on your fuel economy.
And while there may be some limited science to support this, the reality is that making all your p engers sit in the back seat will have an almost immeasurable impact on your fuel economy.
The Save Cash on Fuel In 10 Simple Steps ebook is packed with real world examples that really work.
1- “Am I going to wait until all hell breaks loose and I can’t afford to drive before I take action to cut my fuel costs” or
2- “I’m going to get serious about cutting back on my gasoline consumption and take action to save fuel and keep more of my money in my wallet.
1- What you’ll gain. Most drivers see at least $100-$200 savings in their gasoline costs. 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.
2- One thing is for sure. If you take just one action within this ebook you will pay for the book itself. That means any steps you take will result in hundreds of dollars (staying) in your wallet.
3- Besides the valuable information in the Save Cash on Fuel ebook there are some valuable BONUS offers included with your package.
4- As oil prices and gas prices continue to increase (and you know they will) your savings will continue to increase. These ideas never expire and even if you can’t do everything immediately you can use the book as a check list to do as many of them as you can.