Here are some tips and tricks to help you all with saving money on your motor.
1. Get Cashback on Fuel Purchases
Fuel is dangerously expensive, so why not at least earn a little while you can? The American Express offers a good cashback card option, as does Tesco, for more information check out Money Saving Expert’s petrol credit card guide.
2. Buy Economical Tyres
Before you buy your next new tyres, it can be tempting to get the cheapest ones, however, it can be proven a mistake in the long run. Especially in the winter, your tyres will need to be durable enough to last.
3. Don’t Press the Accelerator When You Start the Car
Every car today has engine electronics that regulate the car starting procedure. In the olden days, you needed to use a little gas to get the car running – but you don’t need to do this anymore.
4. Drive Gently When the Car is Cold
Cars are at their least efficient when they are cold. If you drive quickly straight from start-up, you are redoubling the wasted fuel, and also wearing out the engine more quickly in the process.
Show some mechanical sympathy and you’ll immediately start saving money.
Safe driving, from Britannia!