You can find plenty of genuine ways to save money, like clipping discount grocery coupons, negotiating, and planning ahead. But for every genuine way to save, there’s another bogus savings “method,” like buying in bulk without doing research on prices, and stocking up on things you don’t actually need or will never use.
One specific topic with a mix of good advice and bad speculation is saving money on gas. Fuel is one of those things that most of us need to spend on: We have to drive to work, soccer practice, and school. Some of the better advice on saving money in your car budget includes driving more carefully, hitting the brakes earlier, and not going too fast.