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Easy Car Maintenance Tasks That Will Save You on Gas

Did you know...a little car maintenance can give your vehicle's fuel economy a big boost! First, don't overlook those spark plugs. A worn-out spark plug can cut your fuel economy by up to 30% - so replace them regularly! And don't assume all spark plugs are good for 100,000 miles. Many 4-cylinder engines will need new ones between 30-60,000 miles. Another thing to watch is your tire alignment.
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