With gas prices hitting some of the lowest prices in years, we’re taking advantage by fueling up and hitting the road. But now that the winter temperatures are dropping, we often crank up the heat and let those seat warmers go to work. Scott at CJ Pony Parts explains why changes in weather can make your car less fuel-efficient.
Check out the infographic below to learn more about how gas prices are dropping (and why they’ll go back up) due to crude oil pricing, natural disasters, and warm-weather gas blends. Read on to find out how gas prices have fluctuated in the past decade and what you can do to make your car as efficient as possible.