10 Thrifty Driving Tips Modest Money14 Comments

The following is a guest post about 10 thrifty driving tips. If interested in submitting a guest post please read my guest post policy and then contact me.

Most of us welcome the idea of driving at a cheaper cost and making sure that our fuel consumption is kept at a minimum. There is a lot of information out there, some good and some bad. Today’s car dealers are well aware and well advised on economical driving and the best models to recommend. But make sure you do your own homework too: read these ten tips that you can use for thrifty driving with fewer expenses:

1. Buy used cars

Getting a used car is not the same as settling for an inferior driving experience. For point of fact, there are sellers of used cars out there that have models built for efficiency and they are still in top condition.

2. Cost-effective cars

This tip applies for both new cars and used cars. Look for cars that are built to be cost-effective. This may mean the engine, the batteries, the hybrid nature of the vehicle, or being powered entirely by electricity. Paying more upfront for an efficient car may mean savings in the…

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By : Adam | 27 May 2014
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