I drive, but don’t own a car, so I have a different attitude when it comes to filling up a car with gasoline. Micah Wright explores all the ways drivers can cheat at the pump.
Just because people have the money to buy and own a car doesn’t necessarily mean they have the knowledge or capacity to maintain it. Most drivers were never properly educated in regards to properly maintaining a car. There is a hint of irony to all of this, as people continue to complain about gas prices and poor fuel economy, but refuse to do something about it.
Welcome to humanity.
There are plenty of ways to cut corners when it comes to buying gas, most people just don’t know it. This game gives you — the driver — a chance to save a sizable amount of money at the pump, and in turn we get to hear your success stories. It may require a bit of cunning on your end, but with a bit of research, some well-timed purchases, and a bit of luck you might be surprised by how much money remains in your wallet.
So, no real ways to cheat at the pump, right? Someone at Cheat Sheet was cheating on the headline.
So, inevitably, a Spoiler Alert!
- Time your fill-ups
- Get a gas partnership plan
- Use a fuel cleaner
- Don’t buy fresh gasoline
- Get a gas app
Somehow all that translated into cheating.