With gas prices the way they are, it’s easy to see why so many people are concerned about the cost of filling up their vehicles. I’m not that old, but even I remember when gas was well under one dollar per gallon. Nowadays you have to count the cost of driving anywhere, and when you actually leave the house, it makes sense to accomplish as much as possible so that you don’t have to hit the road again for one specific thing. I never used to track my gas mileage and costs, but now I’m beginning to think about heading down that path. FuelFrog will tell you how your money and miles are being used.
Using FuelFrog only takes a small amount of work, but the benefits are plentiful. You let the service know how many miles you traveled on your last tank, the price you paid, and how many gallons you added to your car. From here, FuelFrog will compile and display the details so that you can see how they change as time goes by. If you really want to save time then you can also use Twitter to input this data. In the end, the results will probably surprise you.