Debate about the need or don't need it, conducted since the appearance of the vehicle. Everything is good in moderation, but abuse of the car in everyday life can bring a lot more negative things than positive. For example, I regularly travel for work in a certain place, which is located in the city center. By car you need to get there an hour and a half, and on the subway it takes only one hour. However, in this case helps me a car.When a person has the desire and money, all issues with the purchase of the car fall off by themselves. B) B) B)
Driving a car is definitely one of my biggest passions to date.I love my car (it's Hyundai),I drive it for almost 5 years now and it's all so wonderful!When you driving in your car,rolling down the windows,letting the wind play with your hair and your partner with something else...Mmm,that's what I love to do!I have to say,Hyundai does a great job with the vehicles of its own,and if I ever will think about buying a new car,that would be something new from them for sure.Actually,I've been eyeing a new Santa Fe for quite some time,what do you think? ;)
You know 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 .
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