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Driving on a Budget - How to Cut the Costs

for Student Drivers

If you’re thinking of going to university, or you’re already a student, the financial implications involved can be overwhelming. For those who need a car to get from A to B, the added pressure can be daunting. Understandably, many students are younger drivers who are handling a car for the first time, so to keep costs down and make sensible choices, here are a few tactics you can use as a student driver. Find the Best Insurance Policy If you’re a younger, inexperienced driver, you may fall victim to higher insurance premiums. To reduce the costs, there are several things that you can do. You can visit websites like quotezone.co.uk which can sometimes help drivers find very cheap car insurance. To be in with a better chance of finding the best price for your car insurance, comparing quotes from a variety of providers is key. Installing a black box in your vehicle can also help lower costs as it will monitor your driving habits to build a comprehensive picture of you as a driver. Be Fuel Smart Your driving habits and fuel type are two main aspects that will save you money and improve your fuel economy. Avoiding premium fuel, shopping around for the best fuel, as well as using your gears more efficiently can all play their part in saving you pennies. Supermarkets like Tesco and Asda sometimes provide a discount on fuel if you spend money in their store, so knowing where to shop and what to look out for can help keep costs down. Regularly Inspect Your Vehicle Vehicle health checks and services are mandatory if you want to avoid accidents or breakdowns. Just like you would with your general health, vehicle health must be well-kept in order for your car to stand the test of time. Many young drivers are overwhelmed at the prospect of checking their vehicle's oil levels, but it is a simple task to perform, and you can save heaps of money in the long run. Most cars need to be serviced annually, so visiting the right dealership can help you avoid any unwanted bills. Invest in Breakdown Cover If you find yourself in a situation where you have no option but to call up a recovery company, it’s important that you’re well prepared so you’re not having to fork out a huge bill on emergency recovery services. Obtaining breakdown cover can put your mind at ease and ensure you’re covered should an emergency strike. You may have the option to pay in monthly installments which can ease the burden too. Drive Safely While it may seem like an obvious tip, driving safely and adhering to the road regulations should never be overlooked. As a young driver, the newfound freedom you have can be exciting, so keeping in control will reduce your risk of getting into a collision or causing damage to your vehicle. Whether it’s by not using your mobile phone, or keeping within the speed limit, you need to remember that speed can kill. Once you have passed your test and become a fully-fledged driver, taking good care of your car will help you achieve the best economy out of your vehicle. Being in the driver’s seat may be daunting at first for a student, but using all the tips above can keep costs down and help you get the most out of your car.
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Driving on a Budget - How to Cut the Costs for Student Drivers If you’re thinking of going to university, or you’re already a student, the financial implications involved can be overwhelming. For those who need a car to get from A to B, the added pressure can be daunting. Understandably, many students are younger drivers who are handling a car for the first time, so to keep costs down and make sensible choices, here are a few tactics you can use as a student driver. Find the Best Insurance Policy If you’re a younger, inexperienced driver, you may fall victim to higher insurance premiums. To reduce the costs, there are several things that you can do. You can visit websites like quotezone.co.uk which can sometimes help drivers find very cheap car insurance. To be in with a better chance of finding the best price for your car insurance, comparing quotes from a variety of providers is key. Installing a black box in your vehicle can also help lower costs as it will monitor your driving habits to build a comprehensive picture of you as a driver. Be Fuel Smart Your driving habits and fuel type are two main aspects that will save you money and improve your fuel economy. Avoiding premium fuel, shopping around for the best fuel, as well as using your gears more efficiently can all play their part in saving you pennies. Supermarkets like Tesco and Asda sometimes provide a discount on fuel if you spend money in their store, so knowing where to shop and what to look out for can help keep costs down. Regularly Inspect Your Vehicle Vehicle health checks and services are mandatory if you want to avoid accidents or breakdowns. Just like you would with your general health, vehicle health must be well-kept in order for your car to stand the test of time. Many young drivers are overwhelmed at the prospect of checking their vehicle's oil levels, but it is a simple task to perform, and you can save heaps of money in the long run. Most cars need to be serviced annually, so visiting the right dealership can help you avoid any unwanted bills. Invest in Breakdown Cover If you find yourself in a situation where you have no option but to call up a recovery company, it’s important that you’re well prepared so you’re not having to fork out a huge bill on emergency recovery services. Obtaining breakdown cover can put your mind at ease and ensure you’re covered should an emergency strike. You may have the option to pay in monthly installments which can ease the burden too. Drive Safely While it may seem like an obvious tip, driving safely and adhering to the road regulations should never be overlooked. As a young driver, the newfound freedom you have can be exciting, so keeping in control will reduce your risk of getting into a collision or causing damage to your vehicle. Whether it’s by not using your mobile phone, or keeping within the speed limit, you need to remember that speed can kill. Once you have passed your test and become a fully-fledged driver, taking good care of your car will help you achieve the best economy out of your vehicle. Being in the driver’s seat may be daunting at first for a student, but using all the tips above can keep costs down and help you get the most out of your car.
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