Looking to save on gas? These home remedies won’t help.
Want to know why you’re paying so much more for gas than your relatives across the country? In many cases, you can blame the government.
If you really want to do something about prices at the pump, it's not too late to take the advice I offered on Dec. 8, 2010.
Think gas prices are bad where you live? In some countries, the price of a gallon of gas is double what you’ll find at your local station.
A California woman wants Honda to pay for not delivering on high mileage, and she's taking them on in small claims court, an unusual move that could offer a bigger payout.
When the gifts from Grandma are unloaded and holiday travel is over, the typical American household will have spent $4,155 filling up this year, a record. That is 8.4% of what the median family takes in, the highest share since 1981.
Airlines have already begun charging for food, drinks, seat assignments and baggage. Now one is demanding that passengers cough up extra cash on board for fuel.
For the first time in months, retail gasoline prices have fallen below $3 a gallon in places, including parts of Michigan, Missouri and Texas. And the relief is likely to spread thanks to a sharp decline in crude-oil prices.
This year, more than 14% of new car models on sale in the United States came with liquid tire sealant and a portable electric air pump instead of a spare, a trend that is growing as automakers try to shed pounds and boost gas mileage.
Brent crude prices fell to near $107 a barrel on Monday after Libyan rebels captured most of the country's capital, boosting hopes the OPEC nation's oil exports could resume soon.