The only reason why anyone should save fuel is the need to have more funds for gadgets. That’s a (half-meant) joke of course, but that still doesn’t make the problem of increasingly-expensive fuel go away. So, we have to get more out of every drop, discount myths, and even start using our cherished autos less. At least we all know that all those gadgets meant to increase fuel-efficiency, as tested by the US federal government, aren’t really worth the money to buy and time to install (worse, they may even damage your vehicle!).
How have high fuel prices affected your gadget-laden lifestyle? Have gadgets made up for your growing inability to move around (e.g., working at home), or has your growing inability to move around curbed your enthusiasm for gadgets (e.g., I drive to the local gadget shop less)?