Today is a big day for the UK, with the population voting - it seems - for the political party they least mind getting in. Or is that me just being cynical!
One of the primary concerns for many of the electorate is the rising cost of fuel. It could have been the issue that swayed people's vote, but none of the leading parties seems to be prepared to address it adequately. there has been a staggering 20% rise in the price at the pumps over the last 6 months alone, on top of the increases that went before. There was a brief dip, but not enough to counterbalance the increase.
If we have little control over the strength of the pound - as it appears - we need to take a few simple actions of our own to help reduce our own fuel bills.
Thebestof Richmond Business member etyres has issued sound advice that should minimise your personal spend on fuel, by driving and running your car more cost-effectively.