Reduce Tire Wear - an overview

Tire wear is about the same thing as wear on your wallet. More correctly, it's wear on the money inside your wallet.

If you're practicing frugal living, you'll want to keep an eye on the wear on your tires.

You probably know that tires are expensive. A good passenger car tire is about $125. A commercial truck tire is more like $400. A tire for a tractor or backhoe can be nearly $1,000.

With all this money at stake, it pays to monitor and take good care of your tires. Several factors affect wear on our tires:

Tires, like other things of high value, need to be cared for so they last longer and give us high return on investment. Applying basic tire care concepts can support your approach to frugal living. It can save you money by avoiding unnecessary tire replacements and repairs.

Done with Tire Wear, take me back to Frugal Living Tips

There certainly is a broad scope of topics here at Frugal Living Freedom. When you think about it, money permeates so very many activities in our lives, therefore, being frugal encompasses a wide range of interests, from being employed to taking a vacation, and just about everything in between. Enjoy the variety, pick up some new ideas, and start making frugality a part of your signature.

I'm a big proponent of being debt-free, and I mean entirely debt-free - no mortgage payment. It's not essential for financial freedom, but you'll love the feeling once you get there. If you didn't have a rent or mortgage payment, how much more could you do for yourself with your current level of income? I suspect plenty.

If you ever hope to see an abundance of wealth, you need to plug the hole in your boat. The wealthy don't necessarily make lots of money, instead, they know how to hang onto what they make, and make it work for them.