You can cut your fuel consumption by 10 per cent (or more) just by planning your trips better.
Most people don’t plan their transport too well – either in business or in their domestic lives. This means they use their cars inefficiently – in other words they end up driving too far, too often, which wastes fuel and therefore money.
This means you can cut your fuel consumption just by planning ahead. It’s easy to cut your fuel consumption like this, but you do have to make an effort.
For an average driver, spending $50-$100 a week on fuel, cutting your fuel consumption in this way will save you $250-$500 annually.
Degree of difficulty? A politician could do it. (Except they are generally disinclined to cut their fuel consumption because taxpayers fund much of their transport expenditure…)
HOW TO CUT YOUR FUEL CONSUMPTION
Cutting your fuel consumption in this way involves doing two things:
First, you cut your fuel consumption by doing