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It’s the end of 2012, and time to say goodbye to an incredible year that has not only contained plenty of highlights within the motoring industry, but has also witnessed the Queen’s Jubilee and the incredible Olympics London 2012.
As the year draws to a close, it’s time to start thinking about which New Year’s resolutions we’re going to make for 2013. For those of you that are complete petrol heads, we’ve created a list of motor-related suggestions below, to help steer you into the New Year with ease.
Have a clear out
New Year is the time when we all start to think about clearing out our houses, but have you thought about clearing out your car? It has been proven that cluttered cars can cost motorists more in fuel, so it’s well worth taking to your boot and throwing out any unwanted goods if you want to become more fuel efficient in 2013.
Save on fuel
If you haven’t done so already, sign up to popular website Petrolprices.com to find the cheapest petrol price in your area. All you need to do is provide the website with some simple information about where you live and it will email you regular updates on which service station in your area is selling the cheapest fuel, making you significant savings on every month.
Buy a fun car
We’d all love to buy the car of our dreams and maybe now is the time when you can afford to do it. If so, there are plenty of fantastic cars set to make their debut in 2013 for you to choose from. Some of our favourite best cars include the highly anticipated Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo and the fantastic new Audi RS6Reduce your carbon footprint
If you’re really keen to save some cash, you could abandon your car altogether in favour of walking or public transport. Or, if you’d find that too difficult to bear, maybe it’s time to think about car sharing for your daily commute? There are plenty of websites which offer the facilities to get in touch with people in your area to organise a car share, so why not look into it and become more environmentally friendly at the same time.
Revise your car insurance
With the latest rules coming into effect this month meaning women between the ages of 17-35 will pay as much as their male counterparts for car insurance, it is well worth revising your current car insurance premium to check you are receiving the best deal. A visit to a comparison website will allow you to compare and contrast a number of different premiums to see if you have the best one to suit your age and driving experience.