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The following is a guest post by Melissa Cameron. It is very expensive to keep a car running these days. And if you are about to have a teenage driver in your home, as I am, then you know that costs can mount up quickly. With impending costs such as car insurance, fuel and maintenance, I decided to check out car insurance tips online and other cost cutting measures with my teen daughter, Rose. Rose is the one who is about to become a new driver. Below I’ve divided savings tips into four different categories. If you pay attention to each area, you’ll definitely save money. Honestly, although I first started my research because of my daughter, I discovered some things that I can do to cut back on expenses.
I bit the bullet and bought another vehicle. My choice: a Toyota Prius. Last week’s guest post about choosing a hybrid vehicle reminded me to share my decision-making process and how it’s going now.
We’ve all dreamt of driving a new car at one time or another. With the high cost of gas today, if you are considering buying a new car – get on the Hybrid bandwagon.