There is no better feeling than owning your own car. The difference between having to bum rides off of friends or taking the bus to getting a great deal from new or used car dealers on your first ride is like night and day. Who doesn’t have that dream of owning their own car and driving off into the sunset with their favorite music playing as the wind whips their hair around?
Unfortunately, while owning a car can make everything from getting to work to dating to taking a vacation easier, it isn’t without it’s drawbacks, particularly where money is concerned. On average, according to FiveCentNickel.com, Americans will spend $1200 per year per vehicle on car maintainence. Surely there has to be some way to knock that price down?
An average person’s thought process when buying a car:
1. Buy new, buy used, or lease? I’m really glad that there are multiple options so I can pick whichever I like best.
2. Well, I Googled what to look for when buying a car, and I think I’m pretty prepared.
3. I think I’ll go look at some cars now.
4. WHY ARE THERE SO MANY OPTIONS I AM SO STRESSED OUT HELP
It’s completely okay if you don’t know what to look for when buying a car; we’re just going to throw out some facts about new car sales that may or may not have you running out to your local car dealers because you suddenly know what you want to look at. No promises, though.
- Lower Interest Rates Financing a new car in the US typically involves a lower interest rate than financing a us