The biggest mistake many first-time car buyers make is that they don't understand the true cost of ownership before purchasing a vehicle. A car will always cost more in total than its sticker price, and many new buyers act on their emotions rather than logic. Acting on emotions when purchasing a vehicle can lead to poor decision-making, an expensive learning experience, and/or buyer’s remorse. This article explores several topics to help you better understand the purchase process and not financially overextend yourself.
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