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  1. So in other words, save money, shop around, and then buy one. Makes sense.
  2. Nothing wrong with the outback at all. Subarus are pretty reliable in general anyway so if you can find one with AWD that sounds like it would be perfect. Should definitely be cheaper than $10K if you get one that's a few years old.
  3. I would go with the Toyota but make sure to do a lot of research and pick the one you really want.
  4. Great advice. As you said, it can be helpful even if you don't change your own brakes just so you can understand what your mechanic is talking about.
  5. I would sell it based on the miles but if it drives fantastic and no other issues keeping it is not a bad idea either
  6. cool. Seems like you're doing great. I just get my vehicle checked regularly, get the oil changed when the sign comes on, and most importantly the tire pressure and check around for nails.
  7. It might not be the worst thing if a door has been repaired, but I'd be concerned if the VIN couldn't be found elsewhere on the vehicle. It's mainly so you can look into the vehicle history if you want. Personally, when I look for a used car for myself or family member, I don't worry too much about minor cosmetic damage. After all, you're going to get dings and scratches from parking lots and general wear if you drive it regularly anyway.
  8. I don't think there's going to be much difference due to the miles at that point. Sure, 119K is a fair bit more than 88K, but if they're both in good mechanical shape, I wouldn't worry too much about the difference. Seems to me you should go with whichever one you like better.
  9. I think it can cause financial backlash in the long run if you cancel your insurance, so I would not recommend it. I think the better option is to ask them directly if they can help with the costs and waiving late fees. A lot of insurance companies are taking steps to help customers since a lot of people are staying indoors and not driving their cars. Ask about grace periods or discounts. Some companies will help you in this time of need.
  10. hello, nice to meet you. Ciao
  11. i heard around 10$ an hour. I think they compensate gas but not sure
  12. They will offer better services and comfort compared to a cab (quickly drives you to and from destination)
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