This is a guest post written by Sean O’Farrell, our Digital Marketing Assistant. Thanks for an awesome insight into your Lightfoot experience, Sean!
You may work for a business and just go along with the marketing mumbo-jumbo that’s in your script, but it’s not until you experience that mumbo-jumbo first hand that you realise these aren’t
I’m an apprentice. A very fortunate apprentice, but still a student who needs to save in any way possible. Having a car is not cheap, and neither is a 10-mile commute twice a day, 5 days a week. It’s also not great for our planet. So what better way to try and save money
“Lightfoot cuts fuel usage by up to 20%.”
I never mocked it, but I didn’t necessarily believe it… until I saw it.
We all know Christmas is busy, and it might come as a surprise to some, but it’s also astronomically expensive! So, when I decided that prior to Christmas I would upgrade to the newer version of Lightfoot, I was without my helpful guide for about 2 weeks.
Take out Lightfoot. Fill up car. Buy a Bounty (yes, I like them). Pay for fuel. Get to work.
Now, usually I can get about 430 miles out of my little car on a full tank, but I noticed that not even 340 miles in, it was asking for a top up. I thought I was quite a good driver – how naïve of me – so seeing this was a bit of a shock.
What could it have been? A change in the weather? Well, there hadn’t been any significant difference in the weather of late. My car was faulty? It’s a new car in good
Without the helpful Lightfoot lights, and the threat of hearing a “nudge” from the ghostly voice of my colleague, I was at least 21% LESS efficient.
I don’t blame you for being hesitant about crazy stats like this, but why don’t you try for yourself and see how much you can save? Think of how many Bountys* you could buy!
* Other chocolate bars are available.