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Old 11-24-2012, 06:37 PM   #1
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hello all! im Wayne i traded in my tacoma almost a year ago for a 2012 ford fiesta SES with an auto transmission. i was happy with the gas milage at first. i drove from texas to oregon to iowas and back to texas only spending 600 or so on gas but now i want to spen even less. found this site and cant wait to learn!
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All you need to do is deck out your ride with some simple aeromods like this: Aerocivic - Honda Civic modifications for maximum gas mileage - aerocivic.com and, presto! Money saved at the pump.
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quite a few "less extreme" tips can be found here... 201 Tips To Save Gas

this is the 201 tips to saving gas on the top of the screen.

I would say to invest in a scangauge 2 or ultragauge. they are worth their weight in gold. I actually have both and prefer the scangauge but it is probably more because I got that one first. both do basically the same thing. the ultragauge is about 60-70% of the price of the scangauge. that makes the decision a little easier.

regardless, welcome to the site.
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