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Replace 5 car parts for better gas mileage

Tires
Tires © Mark Herreid/Shutterstock.com

Function: Tires provide traction and handling for the car. Tires that are worn, out of alignment or underinflated can reduce fuel economy. Because tires naturally lose air, check pressure monthly to ensure optimum gas mileage and handling. It will also help the tires last longer.

DIY difficulty: Easy.

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