I don’t always steal quotes from memes on Facebook, but when I do, it’s because I want to save you money. So with that in mind:
“I’d rather not save any money.”
Said no one.
Saving money on a car isn’t just about keeping a few bucks in your wallet on the day you buy, it extends to the amount of money put into the car for as long as you own it. Fuel, insurance, maintenance and more all factor into the long-term costs of any automobile.
Of course, that’s not news to anyone. But what kind of car costs the least to own over the years that you have it? Figure that out, and you’ll laugh in the face of friends and family who thought they got a great deal, but now suffer from a maddening case of financial drain. Symptoms include itchy, watery eyes and severely dry bank accounts.
If you want to avoid such embarrassing problems, read on.