How motorists can save money as they drive


New research suggests that drivers could cut an average of £270 off fuel bills every year by making some simple changes to how they drive.

Advice from the Energy Saving Trust includes braking earlier and reducing the use of air conditioning.

Simon Clemison reports.

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