7. Fill it up with regular.

Most vehicles that call for premium fuel (which was $4.23 on average earlier this month, according to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="AUTOORNPR000013" title="AAA" href="/topic/travel/commuting/aaa-AUTOORNPR000013.topic">AAA</a>'s Daily Fuel Gauge Report, up from $3.20 a year ago) can run on regular just fine, according to Cars.com, an online car shopping site. "Technically, this makes the car less efficient, but not to a degree that negates the cost savings from the cheaper fuel grade," states the site under Tips for Saving Fuel. However, some cars do require premium fuel, so before you fill up, check your owner's manual to find out if the higher-priced gas is required or just recommended.
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Most vehicles that call for premium fuel (which was $4.23 on average earlier this month, according to AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge Report, up from $3.20 a year ago) can run on regular just fine, according to Cars.com, an online car shopping site. "Technically, this makes the car less efficient, but not to a degree that negates the cost savings from the cheaper fuel grade," states the site under Tips for Saving Fuel. However, some cars do require premium fuel, so before you fill up, check your owner's manual to find out if the higher-priced gas is required or just recommended.

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