Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Save gas and cash with proper tire inflation

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Saving Gas Money.You may or may not know that one of the best ways to save at the pump is to make sure your tire psi is exactly where it should be.  With gas prices as they are, even a small percentage of difference in your miles per gallon (MPG) can lead to a difference you can see the next time you fuel up. 

In fact, when you keep your tires properly inflated, you can get up to 3.3 percent better gas mileage.  Think about what that would do with today’s gas prices.  If you were to receive 3.3 percent back every time you filled up at a gas station, how much would you save every trip?  What about every month?  Now tally that up to your savings for the year.  It doesn’t take long to see why using a good quality tire pressure gauge is one of the best ways to save a lot of money.

In terms of gasoline savings, consider it about $0.07 per gallon at the current average gas prices.  For every gallon, you’ll get 7 cents back. That’s a figure that adds up very quickly and should be considered free money.  Especially when all you need is a digital tire pressure gauge and some air to benefit from that savings.

Remember that you can’t necessarily tell if the air pressure tires hold is ideal unless you measure it with a gauge.  It’s not something you can tell just by looking at it from the outside.  Also, there are many different factors – including the temperature of the air outside – that can impact the inflation of a tire.  The impact is so great that for every 1 psi reduction in all four tires, you lose 0.3 percent in MPG. 

In order to make sure that you’re using the right tire air pressure, first find out what the ideal actually is.  This is usually located on a sticker on the inside of the driver’s side door jamb.  It may also be in the owner’s manual for the car.  Don’t use the maximum pressure on the sidewall of the tire as your guide as that is not the idea, it’s the maximum.

Next, use a good digital tire gauge to measure the pressure. Measure it before you drive your car, as tires that have been recently driven will read higher than ones that have been idle for a while.  You may be tempted to simply use the gauge at the gas station, or one of those promotional freebies that you’ve been handed at some point.  Those may not be as accurate as you think.  Since every 1 psi makes a difference, it’s worth your while to choose a gauge that will give you a very accurate reading.  Do this at least once per month, but twice per month is even better, particularly at times in which the weather is changing.

Once you have your reading, you can adjust the tire air pressure if needed and feel good in knowing that you’re saving money each time you fill up the gas tank.


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From Nature to The Internet

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Screen Shot 2016-05-12 at 12.47.10 PMThinking back 20 years ago, it was a much different world. People would go out and meet in public. The would rent out movies from blockbuster and pass around note cards in class. The web community was very small and private. It was even unheard of to most. We went from the large cell phone phase, to the mini phone phase, and back 2016 to the large touch screen phone trends. In todays time, everyone is on the web and there are billions of active users on it daily. The web have become the new source of information and now apart of everyones lifestyle. The web taken most people off the streets as it provides them a virtual destination.

For business owners, having clients get to them through another form is another benefit and income raise. Although there are challenges on the web, with a little navigation you can sail through smoothly.

Expert Web Advice from 20 year experienced web developer Erick at Niteskape.

1-Ranking on google in your brands name. This is the first and foremost step to take once you get a website up and running.
2-Keeping your website fast. Its important to clear your cache and lower the kb’s of your file sizes. Having a fast website will prevent a users from leaving the page.

3-2016 and the Future! Responsive is now the new era! So many devices come with different screen sizes. Its important to have a responsive website that can automatically fit to each screen size perfectly.

4-Ask yourself.Vocally… The virtual web can get ahold of us at times. As we write things down or upload a picture or even a phrase onto our websites is may sound different in mind and different when pronounced.Read your site out loud. Does it go straight to the point?

5-Optimization is a must! Become as specific with what keywords you would like to select and be within the meta-tag word count standards.

Fav Internet Quotes from Niteskape

Quote 1:

“Just move to the Internet, its great here. We get to live inside where the weather is always awesome.”

– John Green

Quote 2:

“Distracted from distraction by distraction”

– T.S. Eliot

Quote 3:

“The Net’s interactivity gives us powerful new tools for finding information, expressing ourselves, and conversing with others. It also turns us into lab rats constantly pressing levers to get tiny pellets of social or intellectual nourishment.”

― Nicholas Carr

Quote 4:

“The Internet is just a world passing around notes in a classroom.” –  Jon Stewart

Quote 5:

“See you on the other side of the screen, if you make it, earnest cyberspace cadet.”

– CrimethInc

by http://www.niteskape.com/


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