A new car smell is almost irresistible, but that desire can be quenched if your finances are tight. It is better to buy a new car when you can afford one and extend the life of your current car by a few more years if possible.
New tires can cost your more than $150 each with a set of four tires setting you back by at least $500. Add in labor, an extended warranty and possibly a payment plan and your transaction can easily top $700 if you are not careful.
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