(BPT) - Do you cringe each month when your utility bills arrive? The annual energy cost for a typical single family home in the U.S. is more than $2,000, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. If you can think of a thousand things you'd rather spend your hard-earned money on than electricity and natural gas, the solution to saving on energy costs is easier than you think.
Whether you want to save money on fuel costs or burn less gasoline that contributes to climate change, buying a fuel-efficient car is the way to go. Check out 2018's most fuel-efficient vehicles according to Consumer Reports (electric cars omitted). 1. Toyota Prius 2. Hyundai Ioniq 3. Toyota Prius Prime 4. Toyota Camry 5. Toyota Prius C 6. Kia Niro 7. Chevrolet Malibu 8. Chevrolet Cruze 9. Ford Fusion 10. Hyundai Sonata