The cars we want are rarely, if ever, what we actually need, irrespective of what we think we deserve.
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Lebanon's horrific roads, however, had quickly exacerbated the weaknesses and therefore the car's suspension had started to rattle and knock.Joe was aghast, saying he had just bought the car, so how could the tires require changing?I convinced myself for over 25 years that I NEEDED to own a Porsche, which soon became two Porsches, as well as a VW Golf and a BMW E92 .So first I got rid of one Porsche, then the Golf, then the other Porsche, and ended up keeping the BMW, which had in fact been my preferred daily driver and was equipped with every luxury and feature that I could possibly want in a car.Finally, don't get sucked in by affordable monthly payments that drag on for so long that once you take interest into account you end up paying a great deal more than what the car is worth and get saddled with an upside loan, meaning you come to a point where you owe more on the car than it's worth.
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