Are you thinking of purchasing a new vehicle? Before making a purchase, you should consider the associated costs of owning a car to make sure it is within your budget.
Often we tend to forget the costs that we have to pay following the initial purchase, i.e. car maintenance, gas, and auto insurance to name a few. Your monthly cost should be within 10% of your monthly income.
Purchasing and maintaining your
Your vehicle insurance
When you are looking to buy a car, auto Insurance costs should be considered. Prior to buying a car, talk to your broker about a preferred vehicle to make sure you are comfortable with the cost of
Additional vehicle costs
Gas prices fluctuate, so it is hard to predict monthly gas costs. The cost will also depend on the type of vehicle you buy and how often you drive it. You can check the gas mileage rating when picking a vehicle. You will also have to pay an annual fee for your driver’s license and your plate sticker.
Remember, before you purchase a car that you have calculated all the costs associated and that it fits into your budget.
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