Did you just get back from a weekend road trip? You probably filled up right before you left. Turns out that’s a rookie mistake because gas prices often rise on the weekends.
And that’s not the only time prices rise. In fact, it’s a summer trend for gas prices to go up in July. According to AAA, this year proves to be no exception with fuel prices rising for three consecutive weeks in a row. Prices were at a 4-week high on July 20th, rising 6 cents in the past week for a national average of $3.45.
Find out how to drive efficiently and save money with your gas dollar with Peter’s latest video travel tip.
For more gas saving ideas, check out:
- Peter Travel Tip: Saving Fuel This Summer
- Peter Travel Tip: Saving Money on Gas When Traveling
- The Driving & Car Rental archives
By Peter Greenberg for PeterGreeenberg.com