How To Save Money By Driving More Efficiently
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We would all like to save money where we can. For many of us, our biggest outlay is putting fuel in our cars. According to the Odyssee-Mure project, in 2017 the average distance Europeans were travelling was 12,000 km a year, with Germany and Austria having the highest mileage of about 14,000 km a year. It logically follows that if we could drive more efficiently then we could save money. There are, interestingly, a number of simple steps we can take to make our driving more efficient and save ourselves a few cent.
Saving Money by Reducing Electricity Usage
One way of saving up on the energy consumption in your home is to switch to alternative power sources. These power sources derive from renewable sources like the wind, as opposed to fossil/nuclear fuels used to provide the conventional energy.
As far as these power sources are concerned, there are a lot of myths floating around regarding their inefficiency and such. In fact, if you live in open and windy areas, you can generate enough energy through home wind turbines to completely remove your dependency on the power grid! If installed correctly, home wind turbines …
Number 5 In Our Weekly Series Of Tune-up/ Check-up Tips – 4173th Edition
A lot of electricity which we consume in our homes actually goes waste because of improper/un-metered usage. If we can find ways to reduce this wastage, we can end up saving a lot of money, which would have otherwise gone towards paying your electric bills.
In order to save up on your energy costs, it is very important to implement some basic changes in your lifestyle to prevent energy wastage. Remembering to turn off the lights and appliances, turning the thermostat down, using solar water heaters and things as such go a long way in …
Cleaning your dryer vents and ducts should be done once a year. This will prevent a fire hazard, reduce the time needed to dry your clothes, and save you money on your electric bill. There are two options for getting this done, the first being to call in the professionals. The average professional dryer vent cleaning costs about $150. Or you could do it yourself!
This should be a relatively simple task, requiring only a screwdriver to loosen the dryer clamp, a lint brush or tool to scrape out the lint, and your household vacuum …