Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Ray C., who adds to the recent string of rental car tips (see below) with a classic:
“Since the average car easily gets 20 plus MPG you may want to fill up one or two exits before the airport where gas is significantly cheaper. Once saw a $1.50 a gallon difference at Orlando between an airport gas station and one a few miles away.”
If you don’t already fill up before the airport, I suggest you start. It’s almost always cheaper. Thanks, Ray!
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