Belt up, save money

POLICE Sgt Roy George gave a timely reminder in the November Toodyay Herald of the financial consequences of motorists and passengers not wearing seat belts.
It is a sound idea to always fit seat belts before starting a vehicle’s engine and to stop the engine before removing a seat belt.
This ensures that you will not break the law and it also saves a small amount of fuel which could add up over a year.
A win, win situation.
Barry Keens, Toodyay

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