Can Electric Cars Really Save You Money?

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Guest Post Author Bio: Miles Walker is a freelance blogger who usually writes about car insurance over at Car Insurance Comparison.org. His recent review looked at where to get North Carolina car insurance. As gasoline prices quickly approach an average of $4 a gallon across the country, many people are looking once again at hybrid cars as a way to cut expenditures from their budget and save money. Are you still going save for a hybrid?

10 Ways to Reduce Utility Bills

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Reducing utility bills is an easy and effective way of savings money around the house. Reducing your water not only helps with your bills, it also helps with making sure you’re not wasting water for no reason! Most default to 140 degrees and be reducing it to 120, it helps save! While the upfront cost tends to be higher, these can save you so much on your power bills. We have an electric car and need to plug it in every night.

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How to Save Money on Transport Costs

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Ditching your car in favour of using public transport more often is great for the environment and by not having your car on the road as much, you can do your bit for the planet. Here’s how to save money on getting around. Saving on Train Tickets. You can make good savings by booking tickets early but there may also be savings available on last minute buys. If you’re travelling by train most days, you can save with a season ticket.

Will a “Green” Car Really Save You Money?

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Having a green car can really help you feel better about how your driving habits impact the environment. Plus, green cars tend to help you save money on gas, right? After all, if you have a greener car that gets better gas mileage , you don’t have to fill up as often. However, sometimes a green car won’t save you as much as you thought. Could You Save More In The Long Run With a Non-Green Car?

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Minimize Your Impact on the Environment with Your Finances

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Saving Money. Have you ever considered saving money to be more “Green”? The simplest way to save money, and to help the environment is not purchase items that you don’t need. By avoiding to pay for even little things like plastic bags at the grocery store or recycling and returning your empty glasses, not only do you save money, but you help the planet as well. These help to save money and energy especially in cold weather seasons.