63 ways to save on your car and commuting

Most of us go somewhere every day. Some of us are fortunate enough to get where we need to go on foot, but most people rely on some sort of vehicle.

Whether you are a commuter content with public transportation or a driver zigging and zagging around town, we know there are some things you can do to cut your commuting and auto spending.

If you walk to work or ride your bike, skip this section. The rest of you -- read on and start saving today.

Click on the links below to start saving in each category.

  • Commuting
  • Fuel
  • Insurance
  • Financing

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Tips compiled by Dani M. Arthur.


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