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Blog : September 2017

How much do you spend on fuel each year? $4000? $5000? $6000?

No matter who you are or what you drive, there are heaps of little things you can do every day to save big on fuel annually. And improve the fuel economy of your vehicle.

Keeping up the regular maintenance on your car is important for a million different reasons. But there are also a number of key things about your car's overall condition that have a direct effect on the rate by which it guzzles down fuel.

Let’s start from the bottom and work our way up, shall we? 

Buying a used car. It makes sense considering your budget. It makes sense considering your needs. And it makes sense to make your used car purchase from a dealer.

Sure. You may find a slightly better price from a private seller. But you’re really rolling the dice.

With private sellers, there’s no statutory warranty. Drive away and five minutes later the wheels fall off? You’re out of luck. And out of options. 

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