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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

6 Easy ways to SAVE on your commute!

It's not news that ever-rising gas prices can be a burden on your bank account. The average family doles out about $100 a week on gasoline—almost the same as what they spend on food, according to the New Jersey Public Interest Group (NJPIRG). If you're looking for ways to spend less on gas and keep a little more of your hard-earned cash in your pocket, try these easy ways to save on your commute.

The price of gas here in Korea is enormous, it is 8 something dollars a gallon, can you imagine that? good thing we can buy ours inside the base where we live, though it still a little bit high but not much. The bad thing is that the supply is out sometimes, just like this month.. We don't have supply from the 8th till the the 28th... sigh...
source: qualityhealth.com

19 comments:

  1. Gasoline in Sweden is now expensive too, but in korea is more expensive than here haha.
    We keep our eyes open kung may bagsak presyo ng gas, kasi minsan it happend just few hours in the morning. Pagmakaswete maka save nang kunting crowns.

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  2. That's good practice. another way to save is to just walk if your destination is just near.. We do that always since almost everything is a walking siastance from our house. Thanks ate weng!

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  3. CUTE naman nang daughter mo sis. Anyway, iba na pala blog ko. Haha! eto add moko, www.rosamuth.com parang wla ka kasing cbox eh. diko makita

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  4. Hi Rosa, ok i'll add your blog.. dont u use the other one anymore?

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  5. No, I don't used my other blog anymore. Focus nlang ako sa isa. :)

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  6. Well that's good.. Ako kuntento na ako sa isa, its hard to keep/maintain more than one blog

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  7. I hardly have any commute expenses as I hardly ever go anywhere out of walking distance! Great advantage in these days of high cost of commuting. Nice to be retired from the rat race!

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  8. Hi sis, you are in korea pala right now? just when did you move? well i heard it's a very nice country, though a little expensive. anyway everywhere it's expensive LOL. i'm doing great here in dubai my friend, thanks for always remembering me. take care...

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  9. Good for you Mr. Ramana/rummuser. That's a great savings for you!

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  10. Hi Shiela, its nice to know that your doing great out there.. We moved here since March of this year.. We'll be back in the States next year!

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  11. akala ko dito lang sa pinas ang mahal ang gas.

    Thanks chulit of coming to my blog. I added you

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  12. Hi Friend, Award for you http://www.rosamuth.com/?p=58 :-)

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  13. Kahit saan po nanay mahal ang gas lalo na dito.. thanks for adding me.

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  14. uy nakakoko sya..nangiturog ako bru sana makakua ka pa Ne :-)

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  15. Hi Rose

    It would be much better if the car was used less, then less fuel would be used. Safe car free cycling paths would help, are there these facilities where you are? If not, demand them, it will benefit, your health your environment and your purse!

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  16. Amo baga lou, i tried my best mala ta nalate ako sa apoointment ko with my student hahaha..

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  17. You are absolutely right martin, in our case, we seldom drive our car. We just use it whenever we go outside the base.

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  18. hi Rose! musta na? and ganda naman ng anak mo, tnx sa mga comments mo ha? i really appreciate, hope we can see each other someday.God bless your family always.

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