Smart choices to help you save on gas

Smart choices  

Tips to help you save on gas.
From big decisions like purchasing a more fuel efficient vehicle to little decisions like taking the bus more often, there are a number of choices you can make that will help you spend less at the pump.
  • Choose a more efficient vehicle

    The vehicle you choose is the most important fuel economy decision you'll make. The difference between a car that gets 20 MPG and one that gets 30 MPG amounts to $903 per year (assuming 15,000 miles of driving annually and a fuel cost of $3.61/gallon). That's a savings of $4,515 in fuel costs over five years!

  • Go small

    Why take a less-efficient SUV to work when a smaller, more fuel-efficient car will do? And if public transportation is an option, you'll not only save on gasoline, but also wear and tear on your vehicle.

  • Share the ride

    Carpooling means fewer cars on the road, which helps to reduce traffic congestion and fuel consumption. And you can share the cost of fuel too.

  • Plan your route

    Are you going out to run weekly errands, or are you just dropping one letter off at the post office and coming right home? You will essentially cut distance traveled and fuel usage in half by making all your stops at once, instead of taking lots of short round trips.

  • Use your Smart Card

    The ExxonMobil Smart Card lets you save 6¢ off per gallon when you purchase a minimum of 45 gallons. Savings apply from the first gallon up to 100 gallons. **

  • Get more out of every trip

    Explore our comprehensive list of tips to help you improve fuel efficiency and get more out of every trip.

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  • Tips to help you on your journey

    Get tips, tricks and short cuts to help make getting where you need to go just a little bit easier.

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  • Tips to help you stay safe around fuel

    To help keep you and your family safe around fuel, check out our safe handling and storage tips.

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  • Improve efficiency with car care

    From the right tire pressure to the right motor oil, see how proper car maintenance can help improve fuel efficiency.

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The data has been sourced from the U.S. Department of Energy.
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