The Real Cost Of Owning A Car
Cars cost a lot of money to buy. A lot of people prefer using public transportation such as buses, trains, or even taxis when needed, rather than buying a car. Why is this? Well after throwing down a load of money to buy the car, you are no where near done with the costs. That’s just the beginning. You’re looking at a few hundred dollars a month for just gas. How are you going to use your car without filling it? Gas prices have increased dramatically over time, and will most likely continue to increase. So there’s the price of the car, and the gas prices. Is that it? Nope! Next, expect a bill every 6 months to a year, for car insurance. Every car must have insurance on it, whether you like it or not. It’s not optional like life insurance, or health insurance, it’s a must. So there’s already over a few hundred a month on top of the price you already paid for the car. The real cost of owning a car is so much more than people expect it to be. And it’s definitely not a one time fee, it’s far from that. Be ready to pay all of these fees monthly before buying a car.