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Gassed: Gasoline Consumption

Gassed: Gasoline Consumption

December 4, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Driving down the road, you’ll notice many hybrid or fuel efficient vehicles. But even with the move toward more environmentally friendly transportation, the United States still consumes the most oil of any country, followed by China. Finance Degree Center has created an infographic entitled “Gassed”, highlighting facts and statistics surrounding the oil industry.

Fuel-Saving Tips for a New Year

Fuel-Saving Tips for a New Year

March 1, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

With rising fuel prices constantly in the news, many of us are concerned about how much it costs to run our cars. Luckily, there are some things you can do while driving to help make your car as fuel-efficient as possible and ultimately save you money. Confused.com points them out in the following infographic.

Gas Prices of the Last 100 years: Democrats vs. Republicans

Gas Prices of the Last 100 years: Democrats vs. Republicans

November 8, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Gas prices are always a hot topic come election time and 2012 is no different. With so many conflicting reports, we wanted to know: Have gas prices been higher under Democratic or Republican presidents? I DRIVE SAFELY looks at the average actual price and average price per gallon fixed for 2012 inflation for every U.S. president of the last 100 years.

Remember When: Historical Prices of Gasoline

Remember When: Historical Prices of Gasoline

July 2, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Get better insight into the historical and rising gas prices with this helpful infographic from Nationwide Bank. This gas prices infographic takes you on a trip down memory lane to explore trends over the last few decades.

The Impact of High Oil Prices

The Impact of High Oil Prices

February 24, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Black gold – Texas tea. Whatever you call it, crude oil is a sought-after resource that drives the world economy. In this infographic from Fuel Freedom, discover how oil prices affect the U.S. economy and who’s hurting the most.