Has the unchecked cost of fuel forced you to dial back on your road time? Well, don’t hold your breath, but you may be catching a break soon. Some industry analysts are saying that gas prices have peaked and will soon be falling. Average $3.92 per gallon The national average price of gas on Wednesday Read on! →

Gas prices in our recessionary age continue to make consumer see red, such is the expense of operating the internal combustion engines that spin the wheels of commerce and leisure. However, experts are now predicting that an economic respite is headed our way. The Detroit Free Press reports that fuel costs will likely drop below Read on! →

In a world where fuel costs are out of sight and the newest automobiles, trucks and SUVs are prohibitively expensive, city dwellers who want powered personal transportation without a huge price tag still have a great option. Two-wheeled scooters remain popular for city driving, and they are increasingly fuel-efficient. If you are in the market Read on! →

Last week, the U.S. Department of Energy released a new sticker design for all cars and light-trucks from 2013 on. The new stickers will for the first time require estimated annual fuel costs and rate the vehicle’s overall environmental impact. Energy Independence and Security Act The stickers stem from the Energy Independence and Security Act Read on! →

AOL Autos reports that many drivers are not fed up with high fuel costs yet. As evidence, a new survey conducted by AutoTrader.com has found that more than a third of U.S. car shoppers would only feel forced to consider a more fuel efficient vehicle if gas prices exceeded $6.51 per gallon. Numb to gas Read on! →