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City of Tulsa looking at ways to save fuel

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Drivers are paying at least $2.05 for a gallon of gas, so many people are having to dig deep to fill up their tanks.

The city of Tulsa is looking for a way to save money, but still stay mobile. So Friday, parking inspectors tried out the Segway Human Transporters. The Segways are battery operated and can travel up to 12 miles an hour.

Currently city inspectors ride around in gas powered carts that guzzle at least three gallons of gas a day.
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