Nothing compares to your “first set of wheels”, no matter how many years that you are a vehicle owner. Everyone remembers their first car, whether it was a hand-me-down from Dad, or an old clunker you got dirt cheap that ran.
The biggest downer about owning your first car, or your current car for that matter, is not the amount of money you must pay for maintenance and gas for the vehicle, but the funds you expend to insure it.
But today’s cars are not your Dad’s car from back in the day. He may have just buffed out a mark where someone keyed the car or nicked the bumper. Today, just a wayward grocery store cart that slammed into a tail light or a minor or major collision may not only mess up the exterior of the car, but the electrical system may also be in peril too, thus repair costs will skyrocket. That is why you should be wise about what type of coverage you need for your vehicle.