26. Have your wheels aligned once every two years or every 30,000 miles. Your tires will last longer and will give you better gas mileage.
27. Set your tire pressure two or three pounds above the manufacturer’s recommendations. This will give you better mileage and better fuel economy.
28. Get your brakes inspected once a year. Sometimes they rub too much, reducing your fuel economy and increasing your expenses.
29. Buy the lowest octane gasoline that doesn’t knock in your car. It costs as much as 10 cents a gallon less than high octane.
30. Shop carefully for auto parts. Prices vary widely from one store to another.
31. Check all fluids in your car at least twice a month to avoid a costly major failure.
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