Here is where most people go wrong – they start with the car they want, not the budget they follow. When purchasing a new or used vehicle, beginning with the type you want is reasonable, but everything should stem from the budget.
3. Factor “Other” Costs of a Car– Insurance costs– Fuel costs and what type of fuel is required– Auto maintenance costs include:How much does an oil change cost?– How much do new tires run?
How much do new tires run?
4. Select the Right Car
Selecting the right car can be exciting and intimidating all at the same time. In most cases, there are factors you want to consider when choosing the right vehicle based on what should be your priorities.