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Driving down your costs

Surprising news from used car website it seems that  half of UK motorists do not consider running costs when buying cars.

Instead they typically see such factors as price, mileage and age as more important factors than running costs.

Or at least the respondents to the Carmony survey did.

The perhaps inevitable result? No less than 22 per cent regret buying their cars soon after purchase because of the expense of running it.

And yet, with oil prices climbing and still more tax and duty rises looming, motoring has never been a more expensive pursuit. Perhaps that is the problem: for some many of us, driving is a necessity not a luxury. If we have to spend all that money on keeping our wheels turning, perhaps we’re better off not dwelling on it.

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