During the 20th century, life expectancies rose by around 10 to 15 years. And even today, despite all our problems with obesity, life expectancies continue to rise. Projections by the World Health Organization predict that people born after 2000 will likely live to see their one-hundredth birthday on average - a staggering forecast when you consider that only around one in 10,000 reach that age today.
For most families, running a car isn't optional, because we need it to get to work, get the kids to school, and run daily errands like shopping for groceries. However, running a vehicle can be expensive, and seriously eat into the family’s budget each month. The good news is that there are some tactics you can use to cut the cost of running your family vehicle and save some precious cash. Keep reading to find out what they are.