With gas prices out of sight, there have been many reports published about ways to save on gas.
Drive the speed limit, use cruise control, inflate your tires, keep your windows up when the A/C is on. Edmunds.com attempted to test some of these theories. According to Edmunds, the best way to save on gas is to drive without aggression.
Don't mash the gas. If you slowed your 0-to-60-mph acceleration time down from your current 10 seconds to a more normal city pace of 15 seconds, you'll feel the savings immediately. Up to 37 percent savings, average savings of 31 percent.