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Is getting a different vehicle the best way to improve gas mileage?


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2014-04-28 00:00:17
2014-04-28 00:00:17

I would say so. But make sure that if you do decide to go all in and purchase a new vehicle, make sure it has GREAT gas mileage. If not, stick with your old car.

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