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Old 07-03-2018, 03:25 AM   #11
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New cars are overrated and having debt is shite, unless u can claim it on tax. Saved about 15k on the I30, which was over h as lf its value, as o depreciation no loss for us and we got a new car.
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Old 07-03-2018, 09:32 AM   #12
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LOL one day I had one of the 'lot lizards' try and sell me a new toyota when all I came for was to have a brand new key cut so I could make copies. (the original was in awful shape). Another time I was trying to buy a gallon of the special red kool-aid from them before replacing all the hoses and the thermostat. The guy at the counter told me they don't sell it separately but they would gladly service my car's cooling system for a nominal fee. Needless to say the dealership 30 miles down the road got my business instead.

It always blows my mind listening to all the car dealership ads on the radio. Are there really that many people who hear the words 'bad credit' and 'no down payment' and then go out and buy a brand new car? And here I am rolling around in an $800 truck...I could be driving a brand new car instead lol.
You pay money for the privilege of driving a new vehicle. It's a luxury that comes with an instant cost the moment you sign the contract. The vehicle is now worth much less.

Once you get a good key, check with Lowe's Hardware. They are installing computerized key making machines that can match virtually anything you have. Reads your key in high-def, makes a copy. Even the Fred Meyer I go to admitted they couldn't do THAT.

Here in Auburn, WA they have it. Check your local Lowe's to see if THEY have it where you are. Keys a buck more than Freddy's.
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