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Buying a car is never an easy decision. The last car that I purchased was back in 2011. It was more of a need than a choice to purchase a car. The last car I had at caught a fire for about 3 times in one year. Whatever the problem was I will go and get it fixed repeatedly. The last time my car caught on fire was in 2011 and this time it really put fear in me. I decided to buy a car because of safety reasons. During this time, the economy was trying to get back on a good foot. I have a job at the time. Even though I had a job, it still was going to be a burden to pay for another car. My credit was not so good at the time. Therefore, I had to get special financing. I called many dealerships that has special financing.
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On an economic scale was not in the family budget. One of the things that had to be considered was pricing of a new vehicle. This included the cost of the vehicle the financing of the vehicle and the duration to own the vehicle. One thing that played a big factor in purchasing the vehicle was the bad credit that I had. I know the interest rate was going to be very high due to this factor.
“According to Economic Freedom Americans, continue to lose economic freedom. Following declines in seven of the past eight years, the United States this year has equaled its worst score ever in the Index of Economic Freedom. Ratings for labor freedom, business freedom, and fiscal freedom have flagged notably and the regulatory burden is increasingly costly”.
Buying a car used to be so easy at one time. All dealerships will have the same vehicles at the same price. In today's market with the economy the way it is you may go to one dealership and another dealership may have the same vehicle but at a different price. This makes the buyer very skeptical about purchasing a new vehicle due to the economics; many buyers have bad credit because they are…...

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