I'm going to try to remember to check my tires' pressure once a week. Can't hurt, might help, eh?
Check out this website for more info on gas savings: http://fueleconomy.gov/feg/drive.shtml, like how we should make sure to remove any weight that doesn't need to be in our car/trunk. Nothing new maybe, but if you're like me, a reminder may be in order.
Something I didn't know is that "...tires need special attention during the winter. Cold temperatures decrease the air pressure in tires." And under-inflated tires means more gas is being used, less $$ for me! Found this out on a Canadian site mentioned on Wise Bread. If interested in learning more, visit http://oee.nrcan.gc.ca/transportation/personal/driving/autosmart-maintenance.cfm.
If you haven't visited Wise Bread lately, they're always worth the time spent to look around.
Temperatures below freezing here, but fortunately, the roads have mostly been cleared of the white stuff that fell a couple of days ago.
How's the driving in your neck of the woods?