Monday, November 29, 2021

FUEL FEARS Martin Lewis shows simple ways to save money on gasoline and diesel

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According to the founder of Money Saving Expert, Martin Lewis, DRIVERS will be able to cut costs this winter by making better use of their gas and brake pedals.

Changing your driving style could have “massive effects” on your finances, Martin Lewis reminded drivers last night.

Every time you pedal you are “burning fuel,” he said.

Drivers need to keep a close eye on their roadholding in order to save money.

That’s because using your pedals to accelerate and decelerate is wasting fuel if you do it more than necessary.

He said on the live Christmas episode of the Martin Lewis Money Show last night, “Remember, every time you hit the accelerator you are effectively burning fuel.

“Every time you brake, you lose money that you put in the car to keep it running.”

Staying in lane and keeping a safe distance from other cars is a great way to make sure your trip doesn’t get too expensive.

Lewis added, “Road positioning so you accelerate more slowly, not your top speed, and of course you can slow down more slowly if you have to brake for safety.

“All of this can have a massive impact on the amount of gasoline you can use while driving.”

The money-saving expert also recommended that drivers search petrolprices.com for the cheapest fuel in their area.

Visit the MSE website for more tips on saving gasoline and diesel.

The advice comes as motorists fear a harsh winter with record gasoline and diesel prices.

Other important things that cost more than usual are bread, clothing, and travel.

Inflation is at its highest in a decade, costing the average British family an estimated £ 21 a week.

We advised readers to save real cash this winter, including testing for unclaimed benefits and saving on expensive energy bills.

Carpooling, shared elevators, and finding the cheapest gasoline are rock-solid ways to save fuel.

You can also make your car less thirsty by keeping the tires inflated.

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According to the founder of Money Saving Expert, Martin Lewis, DRIVERS will be able to cut costs this winter by making better use of their gas and brake pedals.

Changing your driving style could have “massive effects” on your finances, Martin Lewis reminded drivers last night.

Every time you pedal you are “burning fuel,” he said.

Drivers need to keep a close eye on their roadholding in order to save money.

That’s because using your pedals to accelerate and decelerate is wasting fuel if you do it more than necessary.

He said on the live Christmas episode of the Martin Lewis Money Show last night, “Remember, every time you hit the accelerator you are effectively burning fuel.

“Every time you brake, you lose money that you put in the car to keep it running.”

Staying in lane and keeping a safe distance from other cars is a great way to ensure your drive doesn’t get too expensive.

Lewis added, “Road positioning so you accelerate more slowly, not your top speed, and of course you can slow down more slowly if you have to brake for safety.

“All of this can have a massive impact on the amount of gasoline you can use while driving.”

The money-saving expert also recommended that drivers search petrolprices.com for the cheapest fuel in their area.

Visit the MSE website for more tips on saving gasoline and diesel.

The advice comes as motorists fear a harsh winter with record gasoline and diesel prices.

Changing your driving style could have “massive effects” on your finances, Martin Lewis reminded drivers last night.

Inflation is at its highest in a decade, costing the average British family an estimated £ 21 a week.

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