What Have you Cut Back on to Offset Higher Gasoline Prices?

by Brian Carr

With the price of gasoline only ten percent below its record high, there's no question that our pain at the pump has caused many of us to make several "lifestyle" changes in order to make ends meet.

Even with the recent month-long decline in the price of gasoline - now down 43 cents from its peak - we're still paying about a third more than we were at the same point last year.  This extra strain, in addition to higher food prices, falling real estate values and a slumping job market, has significantly hurt many families' financial situations.

To see where people have been cutting back their expenses to deal with soaring fuel costs, I recently had a poll on Daily Fuel Economy Tip which asked, "What have you cut back on the most to offset higher gasoline prices?"

Read the rest of this piece at Daily Fuel Economy Tip

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