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Choosing a Car: Petrol Vs Diesel Vs Buying Vs Hiring

Choosing a Car Petrol vs Diesel vs Buying vs Hiring It costs £66 a week for the average family to own and run a car – but know the tricks of the trade and you can cut the cost of your next vehicle Families Spend a week on their car, says Adding insurance the Office for National £55 brings the total Statistics, excluding weekly bill to £66 insurance. £66 A Week: The Average Cost of Owning A Car £0.10 Anti-freeze and cleaning materials £0.30 Driving lessons £0.40 Breakdown cover £1.60 Garage rent and parking fees Motor fuel £23.50 £2.30 Car parts £5.70 Repairs and servicing £11.40 Car insurance £21.10 Buying a vehicle The Average Weekly Cost of other Living Expenses By comparison, families spend £59 a week on food and non-alcoholic drinks, £44.30 on mortgage interest and council tax, and £27 on their electricity and gas bills, the ONS found. £59 £44.30 £27 aweek aweek aweek Pay by Cash, Car Finance or Borrow? Cash buyers are in a better position to negotiate a discount on their car, the dealership would normally prefer to FINANCE get the money up front. Car financing is available at many dealers, although you Usually need a deposit. HC17 692229 However, an increasing number of motorists 013 are opting to borrow to buy a car rather than buy outright. Issued & Developed in Public Interest by WITHNELL CAR SALES Source: Quality used cars on finance EH64 760032 electricity & gas bills mortgage interest and council tax food and non- alcoholic drinks

Choosing a Car: Petrol Vs Diesel Vs Buying Vs Hiring

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Choosing a Car: Petrol Vs Diesel Vs Buying Vs Hiring



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