If you need to own a car for the various purposes of day to day life, from dropping your kids off at school to going to work to even just going grocery shopping, you are certainly not alone. And if you need to own a car but can’t seem to find one to afford, you are not alone in that either. After all, new cars have become more expensive than ever before, with the average Chevy alone costing very nearly $34,000 when all is said and done.
For the vast majority of people, this is simply not a price they can afford to pay upfront. Of course, taking out a loan is also always an option, but even loans are not always possible for people who currently have poor credit scores. In addition to this, many people simply aren’t interested in having that much loan debt that they need to pay off. For many people, not buying a car is better than buying a brand new one and ending up in mountains of debt that they are unable to pay off for many years to come, as has become unfortunately the case fo