Fuel Economy Expert Available to Offer Consumers Tips to Combat
Increasing Gas Prices
WHAT: Fuel prices! Where will they go this week? Of course, no one
really knows, but it's no secret that the prices have soared in
recent months, exceeding $2.50 per gallon as consumers suffer
from international tensions and "anticipatory pricing."
Last week, the government introduced new fuel economy rules in
response to concerns regarding the cost and supply of petroleum
resources. But, what can CONSUMERS do to save money?
WHO: Roy Cox, author of Improving Fuel Economy: Money In Your Pocket
and manager of technical training and research for AAA's
National Office is available to offer his expertise and explain
practical ways to use less fuel and simple step-by-step
instructions for common do-it-yourself procedures that drivers
can do to keep their cars performing at peak power while staying
WHEN: With consumer concern over the high prices and sensitivities to
fuel economy at an all time high, Roy Cox is available the week
of April 3rd to give readers some practical tips in driving
habits, maintenance and selecting a car, which can all help to
save them money.