We created a simple ratio and by answering 10 questions you will immediately have visibility into your total cost per mile (CPM). You can use this ratio on your current car or any future car you plan to buy.
There once lived two swine named NinjaPiggy and Trend. They were similar in every way, except the later had a taste for the high-end. This is the tale of the automobiles they bought and how their purchases impacted much more than just their trot. Every five years Trend upgraded his car and traded-in, while NinjaPiggy made each car last for ten.
I narrowed car buying down into two phases. Phase 1 looks at rules for people who are
Here are NinjaPiggy's car buying rules for Phase 2.
I'm a big fan of using simple rules to help people make easier and better financial decisions. Developing simple rules is a lot easier said than done, as there are a range of viewpoints to consider. I narrowed the car buying rules down to two phases. Phase 1 looks at rules for people who are broke, but need to buy a car.
I’ve never been a big car person. I can definitely appreciate a nice car, and certainly wouldn’t turn down a free Tesla, but I never felt the need to buy a really nice car. It’s fun riding around in new cars, but, for me, it isn’t worth the high price and monthly payments that come along with the experience. I realize some people are all about cars, When it comes to money decisions, I try to be pragmatic and avoid blanket statements like “you should never buy a new car’ because I realize money can bring happiness when we spend it on the things we like. However, I'll show you how I recently benefited financially from driving older model vehicles.