How to lower your car costs

Lowering your car costs, can be done in a few ways. Your monthly expenses are associated with the direct running cost and direct and accumulated service costs. The main driving cost comes from the fuel costs, which can be pretty expensive due to the high petrol costs. One way to lower them is to get a hybrid vehicle or an electric one. If you can’t do that, then you need to drive more efficiently and use better tyres. These are some ways that can reduce the overall driving costs:

The tyre selection is essential, so make sure that both your summer tyres and your winter tyres are of high quality and have low rolling resistance so that the fuel consumption will remain low. Use tyres that have low tyre wear so that your tyres will last as long as possible. Premium tyres last longer as they have low rolling resistance and wear slower.

Ensure that the inflation pressure is correct, as wrong pressure increases the rolling resistance, causing your car to consume more fuel. Faulty pressure will increase the wear and will cause your tyres to wear out prematurely. A smoother driving style versus an aggressive manner will save you money on fuel and help you avoid accidents that might otherwise push your insurance premiums higher.

If you follow the above advice, you will see that your car associated costs will decrease over time. You will also increase your safety as you drive, which can have an effect on your insurance costs for further savings.

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