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How to Cut Car Running Costs


You know the saying ‘time is money’? With cars it’s not time, but distance, that costs you money. And that means you save 100 per cent of the fuel you would have used on trips you don’t make. You also save 100 per cent of the tyre wear, brake wear and other service-related costs.

Most Australians never really consider this – so the car gets used as a yo-yo between home and the next pressing assignment. Instead of going home-school-home-coffee-home-shops-home-school, why not try home-school-coffee-shops-home? You’ll save a significant amount of distance – which means money.

It’s more efficient to get as many things done as possible in the one outing than it is to achieve the same result via a greater number of shorter trips. Same thing applies for businesses.

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