So, since this weekend was payday, I fuelled my truck, as I do each and every payday. I top up the tank on the payday to ensure that I have fuel, and to make it easier to budget.
Well, this was the first payday since I have started driving again, and since the solar system was installed.
This means that this was the first payday that I didn’t have to fill up my generator fuel can as well as fuelling up the truck.
So, the only thing I was doing was replacing the fuel that I burned, as in all of the fuel that I have burned since last payday.
It was . . .
As in the cost of replacing that fuel was . . .
Yep, that’s it for two weeks of driving. Then again I only move the truck on weekends, as in too and from Western Home, and a dip down to check my mail.
The cost was around 96 Cents a litre (so about a $1.00 a litre cheaper than the Vancouver area) so it was not bad, but not incredibly cheap.
While it is a nice win and a small amount, it is nice to see a bit of the savings that the solar system is giving me.
While it will be a while for it to pay for itself, I will take the fact that my fuel budget has been cut in half.
I am always looking for ways to cut my expenses in order to maximize the cash I am putting into my savings accounts.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!