There are several simple ways to help your clutch last longer,
saving you money. Don't rest your foot on the clutch pedal when you're driving, and if you're stationary, put your car into neutral.
Don’t use the clutch to hold your car on a hill; use the handbrake.
It's important to have some free play in the pedal movement, a "buffer zone", before the clutch starts to have effect. You (or we)
can adjust the cable housing or the clutch rod to achieve this.
Also, if you have hydraulic clutch control, you should make sure
the reservoir is topped up just as you would top up your brake