7) Use Public Transportation
If you live in an area with good public transportation, using this public transit is a good way to save money in your retirement. Many cities also offer senior discounts on public transportation, saving you even more money. Plus, if you need to go somewhere that the bus doesn’t go, you could always use ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft. Today, there are many ways to get around without having to use a car. If you’re unsure if relying on public transit will work for you, try using it for a week and see if you like it. Then, you can decide if you’re ready to give up your car and use public transit full-time. When you’re using public transportation, you’ll save lots of money since you won’t have to worry about paying for gas, car insurance, and car maintenance.