Personal Finance Advice and Commentary

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 10:01 am
By Tara Baukus Mello · Bankrate.com

It’s common sense that the steadier speed you drive your car, the better your fuel economy — hence the reason why gas mileage at higher speeds is higher for almost all cars than city driving. One would think that it’s impossible to dramatically improve gas mileage in the city thanks to all the traffic lights

Thursday, May 26, 2011 1:17 pm
By Kay Bell · Bankrate.com

If you’re planning a driving trip this holiday weekend, I hope you budgeted enough for gasoline. Gas prices continue to be near $4 a gallon around the nation and are likely to hold there throughout the summer vacation season. Taxes contribute to what we pay at the pump. There’s the federal gasoline excise tax, which