Between 2011 and 2012, consumers spent over $8,000 on transportation.1 In an effort to lessen that expense, here are some tips on how to save money when you turn into the gas station.
Don’t let the gas station guzzle your money! If you would like help budgeting gas and other transportation costs, call a Money Coach at 888-724-2326. They have helpful worksheets and can talk about virtually any financial topic.
¹News Release: Consumer Expenditures – 2012. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Washington, DC: BLS.gov, 2013. PDF.
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