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Unformatted text preview: buy something that you may later regret. Even though you may need a new vehicle, you may not have enough money or income to pay for it. There are other alternatives however, such as car pooling, using light rail or buses, bicycling, walking, until you are able to afford it. If money is not a factor, you could purchase a new car with every option available. However, most people must make their purchase decisions based on there other priorities. Although price is usually a major factor, most people enter into the car-buying process with other objectives, too, whether safety and reliability, sufficient size for a growing family. Other things to consider are the price of the vehicle, (will you be able to afford it) whether you want to buy new or used, is it fuel efficient, (how many miles per gallon) safety and reliability, does the vehicle have warranties (if used)....
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course PERSONAL F 101 taught by Professor Agnew during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10