- Use your car as little as possible. Take the bike more often, even to go shopping.
- Carpool to get to work saves both money and the environment.
- By public transport to travel to work is reimbursed for 100%.
- Good old-fashioned Saturday morning car wash instead of going to the car wash, there is also an environmental and cost savings.
- Watch your tire pressure. Driving around with underinflated tires cost you more fuel and tires wear faster.
- Check with the car importer how often you should have a turn. Many garages let you come back needlessly every year for a turn. For many car ?? s low mileage is no longer needed and is once every two years is sufficient.
- Try to get in the hands of the maintenance manual of your car. Some can be found on the Internet and user-replaceable parts with this step-by-step guide will save loads of money.
- New tires need? Never be replaced by your own garage. See if you can order them in Germany and delivered to a Dutch garage and replaced. You'll be surprised how much that will save.
- It is worthwhile to take a closer look at car insurance, the premium differences are huge.
- Get your car regularly empty. In many people there from all winds by the car. Every kilo weight that transports costs extra fuel so do not take unnecessary stuff.
- Keep doors and windows closed and prevent drafts for instance by using weather stripping. Do ?? evening the curtains, they keep out the cold.
- Set the thermostat one degree lower and draw a thick sweater. Make sure the heater ?? night still burns between 15 and 17 degrees is fine. It takes a lot of energy to heat up a cold room, more than it costs to keep a room temperature.
- Make sure your energy bill can not be cheaper at another supplier.
- Insulate pipes in crawl space or basement and paste radiator foil behind the radiator.
- Put lights in rooms you are not dry laundry outside, throw your dishwasher out. It was only when your washing machine is full.
- Regularly clean the freezer and refrigerator clean, they consume less energy. Did you know that a full refrigerator consumes less energy? Put if necessary a few extra packs drink in.
- Where possible, use energy-saving lamps or LED lighting.
- Turn it off when not in use.
- Purchase as many free or open source ?? or ?? software. From nearly every package is to find a free version.
- Use the computer to turn unneeded stuff on marketplace and to shop there for new cheap second hand stuff.
- Obtain an accounting program and go budgeting. Free accounting ?? s are: osFinancials, Mill7 of Speed Balance.
- Internet calling is free.
You can try to swap your home through a home exchange site. You set your own house available and goes himself for several weeks in the house of someone else.
Camping, nice primitive in a tent, is and remains the cheapest holiday and children often find it absolutely fantastic. Especially the campsite or on a farm in the garden are cheap.
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