This is How You Save on Transportation

In this multi-part series, we suggest different things to cut back on. Transportation is obviously a necessity within our lives. There are several ways you can save big time on gas and your car every month. Check out these three ways to save using transportation:

Carpool to work

If you only had to drive ½ or ⅓ of the time then you would easily save on gas. A carpool would also mean riding to work with a friend, which could be fun and a stress reliever in the morning. Make sure to take advantage of carpool lanes on the highway too!

Plan your parking before an event

If there is an event you have coming up in a popular area, then make sure to plan ahead. SpotHero and other apps offer services to find cheaper parking for your days in advance.

Use Public Transportation

Trains, busses, subways… need I say more. You would be amazed how much money you would save on gas, and your travel time may even be shorter.

If you’re looking for more tips on how to save more money on a tight budget, check this out.

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