With fuel prices going up, it is a good idea to know how to maximize the fuel system in your car you can save as much as possible at the pump.

To save on fuel cost, there is a tip on how to add fuel to your car in the most economical way. The type, or grade, of gasoline you put in your car also has an impact on your car's performance. Read the tip on fuel grades to learn more. In addition, you will find information on the different oil weights and how to know which fuel is best for you car.

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   Do Fuel Additives Work?
Do fuel additives work? The answer to this question is one that has been debated for years. Before you go out and purchase a few to see if your car is suddenly a Formula-1 racer, there are a few things that you should consider. These guidelines will help you determine whether or not a fuel additive will work in your situation.

   Engine Oil Weights and Viscosity
For the amateur car enthusiast, one of the things that can lead to confusion and frustration is the cryptic numbers and letters that are typically written on the side of any automotive part. Here is a quick lesson on how to decipher the engine oil weight and viscosity mystery.

   Getting Better Gas Mileage While Driving in Town
Getting better gas mileage, while driving in town is perhaps one of the best methods around for saving money during tough financial times. In fact, learning how to get the most out of your vehicle is simply sound practice, no matter what the financial situation. Here are a few methods that you can use to get the best possible mileage.

   Save Cash When Gassing Up
Gas prices seem to be getting more outrageous every day. What can you do to combat this? Use these simple ideas and you are soon going to have a fatter wallet then you previously believed.

   Understanding Grades of Gas
One of the best ways to become an informed shopper is to understand the difference between the various products being offered consumers. This logic also applies to gasoline. So here is a little help that you can use in understanding the grades of gas.

   Which Grade of Gas is Best for My Car?
One common question that people ask automotive experts has to do with the grade of gas that is best for their car. Instead of asking someone that is going to charge you a ton of money simply for taking their time, here is the answer.