Did you know you can either save up to $4,000 or waste more than $10,000 on gasoline over five years!   No kidding!

Do you intend to buy a new car while studying in the U.S.?    If so, here is some useful information provided by the U.S. government to help you protect your investment.  Remember that every dime you save on gas is a dime you have for your education.  The concept of “fuel economy” matters if you intend to be frugal with your budget.   You can save anywhere from $2,750 to $4,000 U.S. dollars on gas over a five year period if you buy the right car. This is according to a U.S. government report on various vehicles’ gas consumption.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was “created for the purpose of protecting human health and the environment by writing and enforcing regulations based on laws passed by Congress” (Wikipedia).  With this in mind, the EPA has published “2016 Best and Worst Fuel Economy Vehicles” for your review.

Here are the lists of the best and worst cars for your gas dollar.   Shop Smart and Live Well!

Best Cars

(Note: MPG – Miles Per Gallon; Currency in U.S. Dollars)

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Worst Cars

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