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7 ways to beat high prices at the pump

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Gasoline prices are at or above $4 per gallon in the Heartland.

Forbes.com offers these seven tips to beat the high prices at the pump:

-Pay in cash

-Use a smartphone app

-Get a wholesaler membership

-Get a gas company loyalty card

-Get a cash-back card for gas

-Avoid buying fuel on the highway

-Rent an electric car while on vacation

 

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