Michigan fuel prices rose 42 cents, setting a new high in 2022, according to the AAA.

Michigan drivers now pay an average of $3.97 per gallon for unleaded, which is 60 cents more than last month and $1.25 more than this time last year.

As a result, we will give you some important tips on how to save gas and money with rising oil prices around the world:

1- Keep at least half a tank of fuel at all times, especially when there is a risk of a shortage.

2- Check online: Apps and websites like GasBuddy display local gasoline prices, making it easy to find good ones in your area or if you need to travel.

In addition, Kroger and Costco offer a petrol filling service, but a membership or registration for a discount program is usually required. Also, at Meijer you can get 10 cents off each gallon.

3- Stick to the speed limit: When driving, you must follow the speed limit and drive smoothly as your driving habits can play an important role in fuel economy, in addition to speed being a safety threat.

4- Avoid extreme acceleration and braking whenever possible, repeated bouts of acceleration and braking may reduce vehicle average miles by 2 to 3 mpg.

5- Skip Premium Petrol: Save money and skip premium petrol unless required If only mid-grade or premium fuel is available, this will work just fine in a car rated for regular petrol.

6- Check tire pressure: Having tires with a lower pressure than recommended can affect performance, tire life and fuel economy.

7- Use public transportation.

Additionally, you can track fuel prices in Metro Detroit and get the cheapest fares by:

1- https://www.gasbuddy.com/gasprices/michigan:

You can get gas station prices that are updated all day long.

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You can also, through AutoBlog, update the prices of gas stations.

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