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Owing a car

There are many benefits to owning a car that some people not taking lessons fail to see as they have never owned, driven or even thought about owning a car.Owning a car gives you a sense of freedom you may never feel without ever having a car. Knowing you can travel wherever you need or wish to go is something that is only made possible by owning a car. Public transport may get you around but not at the convenience and speed that your own car can! You can take direct routes wherever and whenever you want to go without having to wait, the freedom is brilliant!Owning your own car gives you the benefit of knowing that you will get somewhere on time and at your convince.

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Owing a car

Using the car, the man, undoubtedly, has simplified their lives and also the lives of others. People who have no car, it is always difficult to catch the rhythm of life changes and difficult to adapt. ;) ;) ;) The main thing that the car needed most to people who live in very large city or metropolis. Where personal transport is necessary. The car allows you to paint your life, and not to pay attention to far space. The man who can constantly move from place to place, using public transport, do not bother about the lost time spent in the minibus.

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Carl
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Well, many questions also lie on purchasing used car. Undoubtedly, the purchase of a vehicle is among one of the most involved and important that there is, with several aspects and details to be taken into account. Regardless of the budget or of the lifestyle of the buyer, chief among these considerations are safety and reliability. When shopping for a used vehicle in particular, there is a variety of things that needs to be checked and double-checked to ensure that the vehicle is everything that it is advertised to be. When shopping for a used car, one of the kinds of vehicles that buyers may come across is rebuilt cars.

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Owing a car

As for me I don't have a car because it is too expensive. And I mean not only the fact of buying a car. It is much more expensive to own a car - parking, garage, repairings.... And as for prices for gasoline, I don't think that it is necessary to remind about it one more time. So, I don't have a car and I don't think that I will have it in the nearest future. But having no car also has its benefits. Going on foot or riding bicycles is much more useful not only for our own health, but also for the environment - no air pollution, everything is ecological and safe

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Last seen: 4 years 3 months ago
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Owing a car

well, where I live car is essencial. so car is a good thing here...hahaha...there's no bus or taxi. In the near city we can find a taxi, but it costs about 50 reais for 5 or 10 minutes driving..it is too expensive! the bad thing about having a car is: need to pay auto insurance (it is an obligation) and also need to count on the nice weather otherwise need to drive really carefully to not ended up in some harzadous. By far, I would prefer a great subway/train system (I mean, a large, efficient and cheap one) rather than a car. One of the problems why that doesn't happen in Brazil (in my way of view) is that car is always referred to as a status symbol. Owning a car means power. You just need to turn on your TV. The only ads for sure to be seen during every commercial break are the ones related to cars. It's almost impossible to watch an entire commercial break without seeing at least one car ad. Start to notice it.

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Owing a car

This is very cool when you have a car, as you can get anywhere very fast, and in comfort. I would like to have a car to travel with my friends more. But the car needs so much money for the petrol and for other things. So, if there is a possibility you need to buy a car and enjoy all the benefits of it.

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Owning a desirable qualifier is a cult of travel that nearly every grow hopes to enjoy at least once in their years. It's the gratifying agitation of compensation and status that driven most people to resources unspent motorcar. However, if you can lend me your attention, I'll shout in it throughout how that is the dumbest conception ever.
In my case, I’ve had my car 7 years so that tear down to unevenly $2000/year. As I united driving it, that cost will go down even more.
Meet the personify tendency the same car for 15 years. Bought a 2000 Subaru Forester in 2001, manifestation off a 1-year demise with about 10k miles on it. We’re nearly the ppurpose now; regular contented $800+ to depart investigation .The difficulty facing the motorcar perseverance are unexampled and so are the apportionment ready to buyers.

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Personally, living in Germany I find that the advantages of having a car would be greatly outweighed by the disadvantages. I have a GA which is really good value for money, especially as my employer contributes part of the costs, although I would buy it anyway even if he didn't. For those rare situations that a car would genuinely be needed such as buying furniture etc, I usually find an alternative arrangement which can be a hire vehicle or having them deliver. Hiring a car or van has the additional advantage that I always have the optimal vehicle for the job at hand which is obviously going to be different depending on whether I'm going to IKEA to buy shelves for my basement or whether I'm taking visiting relatives on a mountain tour. People who insist on buying one car to fit all purposes jobs are not getting value for money IMHO.
In fact my biggest concern is that I'm now driving so little that I'm forgetting how to do it.

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There are minus and plus))) B) B) B) B) Cars burn a huge amount of valuable oil products, simultaneously causing appreciable harm to the environment, primarily the atmosphere. Using the car, the man, undoubtedly, has simplified their lives and also the lives of others.Just as a car needs in a big city, as it is needed in rural areas. People living in villages need working car...Well, now that can not buy expensive car, first the car is its efficiency and low cost, due to the crisis. B) B) B) I like cars so much))))Like expensive cars)))

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Peter
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I think that using the car, the man, undoubtedly, has simplified their lives and also the lives of others. People who have no car, it is always difficult to catch the rhythm of life changes and difficult to adapt. The main thing that the car needed most to people who live in very large city or metropolis. Where personal transport is necessary. The car allows you to paint your life, and not to pay attention to far space. The man who can constantly move from place to place, using public transport, do not bother about the lost time spent in the minibus.

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Ben29
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Jack, you are so quite right. Honestly, I've got driving license already, but at this period of my like I feel the lack of money for buying a car. Yeah, of course, I can buy a bad one, but I am going to make this purchase properly, and I want to be the owner of good car of high quality.

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