Martin Lewis favourite, this - Drive economically and think about your motoring costs! I've had diesel cars for the past 8 years or so - Between us we do around 24k miles per year, so the cost of motoring is a good part of our income accounted for. We did the maths on a diesel -v- petrol car and the diesel won hands down, even if for the first few years of having one I had to stick my fingers in my ears and shout "la la la!" loudly to cover the noise of the
What would be your five best suggestions for becoming more frugal, without sliding across the gap too far into the realms of "tight"?