Sometimes there is no alternative to a car trip
But there are ways to reduce the amount of money you spend on driving, and you’ll help reduce your environmental impact too!
To drive smarter you need to think about the type of car you own, the way you drive, the loads your carry and type of fuel the car uses. All these factors contribute towards your vehicle’s emissions.
Smarter driving or ‘eco-driving’ could save you up to £220 per year in fuel costs, as well as helping the environment. That’s because smarter driving means moving more efficiently and producing less CO2 – the main contributor to climate change. So clean out your boot, accelerate more gently, and drive more steadily to help you save cash and the climate.