Nov 01 , 2018

10 Habits of Cheapskates You Can Follow to Save a Buck


Drive Inexpensive Cars

People who are smart about money understand that a car begins to lose its value as soon as it’s driven off the lot, and they refuse to invest a substantial amount of money in a depreciating asset. Instead of plunking down chunks of his massive fortune on sports cars, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg drives a Volkswagen hatchback with a manual transmission. And IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad doesn’t buy cars at all—he uses public transportation instead. Some cheapskates have done the math and realized using car services like Uber and Lyft is even more cost-effective than buying a car. Check out these 100 super-simple car repairs you don’t need to go to the shop for.

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