Despite news gas prices are slipping for the weekend, your wallet's still probably feeling the hurt of your last fill-up. Don't panic! Use this comprehensive guide to help cut the cash you're sending to big oil.


Top ten most fuel-efficient cars for 2011

Don't have a fuel efficient Geo Metro? Is fuel economy a higher priority than your car being fun to drive? Here's our list of the ten new gas-powered cars (sorry, no electrics) for the 2011 model year with the highest city fuel economy. More »

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Ten fuel-saving tips

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Not looking for a new car? Then let's try to maximize the gas you already have in your tank. Here's ten fuel saving tips to increase your current car's fuel economy. More »


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Seven ways to protect your tank from gas thieves

We figure since we just gave you how to steal gas it's prudent to also provide you with these seven ways to protect your gas from the shady characters out there wishing to make it their own. More »

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The six best ways to steal gas

We're all looking for ways to reduce our expenses. Like other commodities, it's cheaper stealing gas than paying for it. So if you're looking for a way — totally for informational purposes, of course — here's how to do it More »

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Ten fuel and money saving tips (via GasBuddy.com)

Our friends at GasBuddy.com have put together this great top ten list of ways you can save money and fuel. It's a great, handy compendium to help you through this fuel price spike. More »

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How to save money on gas with apps (via Gizmodo.com)

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Have a smart phone? Great, you can even use that to save money on gas. Here's how to use apps to do it. More »


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USA National gas price heat map (via GasBuddy.com)

Now you can see what gas prices are around the country at a glance. Areas are color coded according to their price for the average price for regular unleaded gasoline. More »


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"Fuel saver" devices will not save you fuel

Like the sun rising in the east or Donald Trump embarrassing himself, rising gas prices inevitably bring out a clutch of hucksters selling gizmos that magically boost fuel efficiency. They're scams, yet people still get suckered by the bushel. More »

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New York isn't ready for electric cars

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Want to know why there's no electric cars on our list of most fuel-efficient? Read our story of how we were lost without a charge in New York City. Thank god we had a Chevy Volt. If we'd have had a Nissan Leaf, we'd have been screwed. But, if you're still interested in our take on some electric cars (or quasi-electric hybrids like the Chevy Volt), read our first drive reviews below. They're all, ahem, electric! More »


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Keep Gas Prices From Bankrupting You This Summer (via Lifehacker)

Gas prices have gone nowhere but up over the last few years, and it doesn't look like that's going to change this year. With summer road-trips approaching, here are some quick gas-saving tips to remember after hitting the pumps. More »

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Why Brand Name Gas Is Rarely Worth the Extra Money

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Lots of us buy generic products to save money, but there are some generic things a lot of us instinctively avoid. Personal finance blog Not Made of Money shares six items you should always buy generic, the most interesting one being gasoline. More »


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Chevrolet Volt: First Drive

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Nissan Leaf: First Drive

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Tesla Roadster Sport: First Drive

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Commuter Cars Tango: First Drive

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