Gasoline costs keep going up, and the cash in our wallet keeps evaporating rapidly. There are many ways to reduce your total fuel consumption and can spend less money on gasoline. But, you must think through it and start inventing new strategies!
Here are a few ways that are not only legal but are helpful in reducing your fuel costs too.
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With oil production declining and air pollution, car manufacturers are looking to alternative fuels. But what will power the automobiles in future?
Fly into any major city all over the world and you’ll be greeted with a familiar sight: sheen of brown smog that floats over town. This smog comes mainly from automobiles. It brings carbon dioxide, the gas that’s principally accountable for climate change.
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There’s no doubt the oil/energy industry is not incredibly small. In accordance with the Department of Energy (DOE), fossil fuels (including coal, petroleum, and natural gas) make up more than 85% of the energy used up in the U.S. as of 2008, Oil supplies 40% of U.S. energy needs.
Engineers have brought various developments in the oilfield services.
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