SAN ANTONIO -- Despite gasoline prices dropping nationwide, drivers are still trying to lessen the impact on their wallets when it comes to keeping their cars in motion.
Consumer Reports put the brakes on some common myths about gas mileage.
They said filling up during cooler weather won't get you any more gas for your money.
Their tests show driving with a dirty air filter does not impact fuel economy, as was the case with older engines.
Don't worry about warming up the car before driving off; again, that was once true with older engines, but not current ones.
Finally, driving with the windows open does not affect fuel economy.
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