With inflation and global events disproportionately impacting the price of gas, Canadian motorists paid 32 per cent more at the pump compared to February 2021, and 112 per cent more than two years ago. The average Canadian will spend approximately $2,000 this year to keep their vehicle fueled up.
These rising prices affect our budgets, causing us to either drive less or reduce our spending in other areas to make ends meet.
It’s not just your budget that can benefit from reducing fuel consumption – with climate change and other environmental factors in mind, we aim to reduce GHG emissions by 46 per cent by 2030.
With the cost of fuel at an all time high, what steps have you taken to save money?
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