We all know college students have tight budgets, a lot of debt due to tuition, and a lot of bills to pay on a monthly basis. With the rise in gas prices, it only makes it harder on everyone.
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We all know college students have tight budgets, a lot of debt due to tuition, and a lot of bills to pay on a monthly basis. With the rise in gas prices, it only makes it harder on everyone. We all are looking for ways to save money on gas. When it comes to college students, there are many ways they can save on gas. Need some ideas? Read below and you can start saving a ton of money on gas.
Schedule planning – College students can save a ton of money just by how they plan their school schedules. If you plan to go to all your classes in one day, or like Mondays and Wednesday or Tuesdays and Thursdays, it will cut the cost of your gas spending by a ton! Try to schedule your classes all for the same days. Avoid making a trip to school by having a class on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.. and so on. Daily trips to the campus can easily put a damper on your gas costs.
Going home – Also, try to avoid going home in between classes. This can also cost you a fortune if you tend to do this on a regular basis. If you have a few hours to spare in between classes, try studying at the library and doing homework. There is always something to do when it comes to your classes. Get a head in class, do anything to keep busy in between those couple hours. Just avoid going home in between classes as much as you can.
Carpool – Try to sign up for the same classes as your friends.
Carpooling is a great way to save on gas money, help the environment and to put more money in the bank. If you rotate drivers every couple times you go to school you can cut your costs of gas easily in half. Think of how much money you can save every semester! This is one the best ways to save on your gas money so definitely consider it.
Maintenance – One of the best things you can do to save gas is to keep up with your car’s maintenance. By getting regular oil changes, new air filters and keeping your tires properly inflated you can save a ton of money on gas. Those are the biggest problems when it comes to eating gas. Has your car been eating more gas than usual? If so, you may want to check out all those listed above.
Gas credit card – Getting a gas credit can be extremely helpful and can save you a ton of money. Some gas credit cards can save you up to 10 on all your gas purchases. Say you spend $50 at the pump, you can save $5 instantly. This is definitely something you should consider!
To help keep money in the wallets of college students, consider some of the tips above. These are all easy ways to save on your gas spending. So try to help the environment, keep more money in your wallet, and avoid the wear and tear on your vehicle!