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The first step in determining whether buying or leasing your car is right for you is understanding your habits and preferences. You'll also need to know what you can afford to spend each month on car payments. Answer the questions on this screen to find out what might be right for you. Your responses are private; no one else will see them.

1. Do you need to avoid making a large down payment?

YES NO

2. Is the car you want to drive too expensive for your budget?

YES NO

3. Do you need a very low monthly car payment?

YES NO

4. Would you rather not deal with having to sell or trade in your car?

YES NO

5. Do you prefer having a new car every two or three years?

YES NO

6. Is the concept of ownership important to you?

YES NO

7. Do your driving habits result in a lot of wear and tear on your car?

YES NO

8. Do you drive more than 12,000 to 15,000 miles each year?

YES NO


What is your approximate annual income after taxes?
This information is private. No one will see it but you.


 

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 "Math in Daily Life" is inspired by programs from For All Practical Purposes.

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