Running a car isn't cheap and at times like these, you simply don't have money to burn. Fuel costs have soared in recent years, but you can still save money with a smarter approach to driving.
Research suggests by adopting the principles of economic driving you could save a staggering £750 in fuel costs a year - that could be the equivalent of four months of free fuel, two months of family groceries, or a family break. Subtle changes like keeping your tyres properly inflated, getting your engine serviced regularly, reducing your car weight, and even driving with the windows closed, can all make a real difference. You should also shop around for parts and servicing; and look at discounted insurance policies if you have more than one car in your household. To highlight the savings that can be made through economical driving, Admiral Multicar have teamed up with motoring journalist and broadcaster Quentin Willson. Watch the video to see just how much you could save.
Experience what these savings could mean to you, by entering this competition to win £300 of supermarket vouchers, courtesy of Admiral Multicar.
Just watch the video below or at www.admiral.com/brakesonyourdrivingcosts and answer the question below to be in with a chance of winning...
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