What to consider when buying a car

A car is one of the most significant purchases many of us will make. The initial cost, maintenance and petrol, as well as aesthetic upkeep all cost money. Whether for commuting, family use or weekend convenience, having a car can make a big difference. However, your car is a depreciating asset. So, for every year that you have it, the car drops in value. If you want to get the most out of owning a car there are a few key things to consider when you buy. New or used? Officially, cars fall into three categories: new, nearly new (under three years old) and used. Which one is right for you will depend on a number of factors, such as your experience and intended use. If you’re a first time driver then you might want to consider a nearly new car, rather than an old banger that will push your insurance costs up. If you’re not sure what car you really want then a used car might be a better choice than spending big on a new model. If only new will do then bear in mind that a pre-registered


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