How To Save Money On Your Two Wheeler Insurance

I know everyone has a different idea of their dream home. I’m not talking about some 2 Million dollar castle, especially these days. Since the economy took a turn for the worse it has made me start thinking a little differently. Now is the time to start thinking a little smarter. Save should be every ones new motto. The future is unknown and it takes a lot of money just to get by these days.

Even if I had millions of dollars I would not be willing to splurge on a huge house. Having a huge house is just a waste of money, all the upkeep and property taxes along with the insurance just doesn’t make since. It is much wiser to live in a modest house and save all that money just in case things get tough. And of course you cant take it with you so it would be nice to have a large amount of cash to leave behind for the kids. Besides things are just going to get more and more expensive so you might as well save as much as you can while you can.

If you can get enough cash saved up you should be able to live off the interest, but saving that much cash is tough so maybe a better idea is to set yourself up so you can live for free or very close to it. There are ways to do this even though it is not the mainstream way of thinking it is very possible and easier than you may think. As a society in America consumers we are entirely too dependent on other people and the government to provide us with the things we need. For example food, water, electricity, clothes, fuel and just about everything else. This is why I have decided to do things a little different.

My idea of a dream home is a modern little 3 bed 3 bath sitting in the middle of 10 or so acres, covered in home made solar panels with some energy producing home made wind mills around too. It will have heated concrete floors down stairs, with a two story deck and a salt water swimming pool. We will have our own water well of course and it will be filtered with a water treatment system like one you can get from Ecowater or Rainsoft.

These water treatment systems filter all the water coming into your house so you get to bathe, wash your clothes with and drink pure water. They work on city water also. Who knows what is in the water with all the pollution going into our environment these days. If the power grid shuts off, the city wont be sending us any water anyway so its better to be proactive. I want the 10 acres so the kids will have a place to play and ride 4 wheelers, dirt bikes, horses, or whatever they want to do but mainly for a garden, chickens, and a few cows, in case times get real tough we will be able to have our own milk, eggs, veggies, fruit, and meat.

I know this sounds a little bit old fashion but things could go downhill pretty fast if anything major ever goes wrong. I’m not preaching a dooms day scenario, just thinking about how to be on the safe side and retire with a lot of money. Think about it, if you didn’t have to pay an electric bill every month for the rest of your life how much more money you could be saving. Lets just say an extra $300 a month to be on the conservative side. That’s a savings of $3,600 a year, $36,000 every 10 years. Plus no water bill. With purified water in the home you can save a lot of money using pure soap because its cheap, but the catch is pure soap doesn’t work very well in hard water so you have to have a water treatment system. You also save money by not having to buy bottled water and therefor not sending as much plastic to our landfills and reducing your carbon footprint.

I have also sold my big fancy new car and SUV, taken what I had left over after paying the bank note off and bought an older pickup for me and a little car for my wife. I paid about $2,500 each for them and they are paid for. That alone is saving me about $700 a month in car payments, and I can have cheap liability insurance. There is another $8,400 a year I am saving. Those are just a few of the ways you can save money if you put your mind to it. I hope this has inspired you to think about the future and start saving some money.

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