There’s no denying these are uncertain times.
From disease to job instability to rising costs of everything, so many people are struggling just to survive.
I’ve talked before about how to dodge the instability of the job market and save significantly on taxes by starting a side hustle for an additional stream of income, and how to make that income residual so you can work once and get paid forever….
But what about cutting costs and saving money? That’s important too, and if you know someone who is truly wealthy you may have been surprised to observe how frugal they are.
Because while income is important, limiting expenses is crucial if you plan to survive in these tumultuous times.
Millionaires have on average seven streams of income, and they aren’t afraid to start their own business. They use these diversified streams to take advantage of tax breaks and to have income flowing (from one source or another) no matter what the current economic situation is.
You may not aspire to be a millionaire, but there is a lesson there. Be open to more than just a job with a corporation… because as we’ve seen those are no longer a trustworthy long term plan for anyone.
And prices–of everything–are rising, with no end in sight.
From housing to food to gas… we’re getting squeezed tighter and tighter.
So building more income is great, but what if you need relief NOW?
How can we cut expenses when we still have to drive to work and activities and the store? When we still have to feed our families and put gas in our cars?
What if you could make one simple change that lowered your fuel costs by up to $100 per month, and worked to clean your car’s innards (so fewer maintenance costs down the road)… for free?
And what if you could build a small, residual stream of income by helping others do the same?
Seems like a no-brainer, right?
One Simple Thing
I used to always get Chevron® gas because of the additive they put in it. In college I took a workshop on taking care of your car and the man teaching the seminar said cars that always used Chevron® gas had the cleanest engines he’d ever seen and always had fewer issues.
I also noticed that my cars always ran better with Chevron® gas, so I figured it was worth it.
But Chevron® is always the most expensive gas in the area.
That could add up to hundreds of dollars in extra expense per year, just by choosing a more expensive gasoline when I fill up!
So then I started to buy just the additive, which they sold for awhile. I could buy the cheaper gas and add that to the tank. But doing this was almost as expensive as just buying Chevron® gas when I filled up!
A Different Solution
Then I found out about a quick, easy, inexpensive solution that could make a BIG difference.
It’s just a tiny tablet that packs a big punch. I don’t have to buy expensive gas or pricey additives that smell like gasoline and weigh a ton. I can carry it anywhere and just pop it into the tank when I get gas.
To be honest, I was very skeptical when I heard about it.
- What’s it made of?
- How does it work?
- Could it harm my car?
- Does it really make a difference?
But I saw the science (click “about”), and that they’ve been using these tabs in commercial applications for more than a decade with great results for both unleaded and diesel engines.
I had a few friends who were already seeing good results, filling up less, getting better gas mileage, and loving it.
You are probably wondering what I think so far.
And I was concerned I wouldn’t be able to measure if it was working or not because I don’t have a regular driving schedule, so it’s hard for me to determine if I’m filling up more or less often than “usual” (because I don’t have a “usual.”)
I started playing with the features of my car and I saw that my car tracks average mpg, so I figured that would be a good way for me to measure if it’s making any difference or not. So now every time I drive I check the average mpg and see if it’s changing over time as I use the tabs.
But I’ve been watching my average mpg numbers, and it has been going up… consistently.
It started off at 24.3 average mpg, which isn’t terrible. My car gets decent gas mileage in general. And my husband drives pretty hard, so that decreases the average when he drives it.
I just finished my 2nd tank of gas with the tabs, and my average mpg has gone up by 2-3 miles per gallon! It’s been hovering around 26.5, but I’ve seen it reach over 29 mpg!
To me, this shows that it will increase the number of miles I can drive per tank by about 50 miles… and I’ve seen friends say it gets better the longer you use the tabs!
If this “miles to empty” number is accurate (and keeps going up) I could potentially get more than 100 more miles per tank! Guys, that’s a 25% increase in fuel efficiency!?
And it’s not expensive. These tabs are $4-$5 apiece or even less when you get a subscription…
That means I could save up to $20 every fill-up, just by putting a $5 tab in the tank.
…not to mention the engine-cleaning benefits it has, so less maintenance and repair will be required over time.
Seems Like a No-Brainer
So if you want to try it for yourself, grab it here for the best price (you can cancel the subscription any time–that’s just a good way to get the best price).
But what’s better than saving money on gas?
Doing it for free… or even getting paid for it.
Now I call that a win-win.
What do you have to lose?
Just a chunk of your monthly expenses.
Rev those engines!
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