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The Go-Getter's Monthly
Welcome to our first e-newsletter! We are excited to be able to connect with both our current clients and future clients on a more intimate level, while sharing a little more about our knowledge and company with you.

We will release 1 newsletter per month with informative industry articles and updates, interesting facts, and staff-related news.

We are also excited to announce the publishing of our FACEBOOK PAGE!!  This first foray into the social media world and we hope to hear from you there as well! Be sure to check out our cover video for a brief description of our company and services.
Article of the Month: Tips to Protect Your Wallet on the Road
Watching the Gas Pump

Everyone wants to keep more in their pockets, but not everyone knows how to.  One expense that is often overlooked as an individual or as an enterprise is FUEL.  Fuel expenses are very real, and should be taken into consideration when contracting delivery services for your company.

Drive Sensibly

Aggressive driving (speeding, rapid acceleration and braking) wastes gas. It can lower your gas mileage by 33 percent at highway speeds and by 5 percent around town. Sensible driving is also safer for you and others, so you may save more than gas money.

Observe the Speed Limit

While each vehicle reaches its optimal fuel economy at a different speed (or range of speeds), gas mileage usually decreases rapidly at speeds above 60 mph.
You can assume that each 5 mph you drive over 60 mph is like paying an additional $0.24 per gallon for gas.
Observing the speed limit is also safer.

Avoid Excessive Idling

Idling gets you a whopping 0 miles per gallon. Cars with larger engines typically waste more gas at idle than do cars with smaller engines.

Under Pressure: Why You Should Make Sure Your Tires are Properly Inflated for Winter.
As we approach Winter, cold air decreases the pressure in tires; poor tire pressure increases resistance to rolling in snow and slush. To maximize your gas mileage, keep your tires' air pressure at the level recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.

Two missing pounds of air in one tire equal a fuel consumption increase by 1%.
  Improperly inflated tires will prevent faster rolling. In addition, under inflated tires may cause a loss of traction on wet surfaces or when cornering, something you can't afford to risk during the icy months. Remember that four bits of rubber are the link between your vehicle and the road. It is therefore in your own best interest and that of your passengers to make sure your tires are in excellent condition.

When adding air to tires during winter, it is important to blow out a little air from each valve and the air hose before pressing it to the tire's valve stem. This will stop any buildup of moisture in the tire valve; which could freeze, expanding the valve and causing leakage of more air.

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