It depends on what you want to buy. all cars have different models that are better for certain situations/needs. i'll give you 3 possibilities here, but it's up to you to determine your situation and determine which is best for you.
a) a new car- where the insurance is more expensive, but the payment is generally cheaper over time
b) a used car- lower monthly payments with higher rates of depreciation
c) leasing a new car- fixed cost with fixed monthly payments over term of contract, generally less expensive than buying a new one outright
if there are any specific questions about this topic please feel free to ask! i'm happy to help out. one thing that i always recommend though before making
what do i need to do in order to buy a car?
before you visit your local dealership, you should know what you want. you also need to consider how much money you have saved up for the vehicle. it's good idea to take advantage of any pre-approvals that may be available through your bank. when visiting the dealership, try to negotiate with them on price, but don't feel pressured into spending more than you can afford.
when it comes time to buy a car in america, there are many factors that come into play when one considers acquiring this coveted commodity in their lives; how much money they have saved up for their desired purchase; what type of vehicle they wish to acquire; which make and model has the best specifications under their budget constraints (i.e., fuel efficiency
what do you need to buy a car for the first time?
you need a bank account and job to be able to afford a vehicle, and you should probably get your drivers license to save money on gas. after that, all you need is the keys! the accessorizing part of buying a car for the first time can be challenging to figure out (a keychain is always nice). i recommend asking around or looking up tutorials on youtube before buying something like that. i'm sure there are plenty of people who would love to help you out with your first car purchase! 🙂
best luck with this exciting milestone in life! it's an awesome feeling to start building your credit history through owning property and taking care of responsibilities all while learning how big choices affect other aspects. i hope our