Gas prices reached all-time highs this week in California, where per-gallon prices skyrocketed to more nearly $6 in some areas.
The statewide average price for a gallon of regular rose steadily over the past few weeks to $4.68. At a station in Los Angeles’ Mid Wilshire District, on Monday, a gallon of regular was $5.99. A gallon of premium gas at the station was $6.59.
So, what’s a frugal driver to do with holiday travel season on the road ahead? Here are some tips, including car maintenance advice and fuel-saving driving habits, from AAA to help your car’s fuel economy.
Record gas prices are straining local deliveries. Vikki Vargas reports for the NBC4 News on Monday, Nov.15, 2021.
Start by Checking Your Car’s Tires
It’s something drivers should do regularly anyway — after all, that’s where the rubber meets the road. Beyond making safety sense, properly inflated tires can help save fuel. A low tire…