Sunday, January 20, 2008

Car Repairs Can be Expensive

I keep getting things in the mail telling me that my warranty is about to expire and that I should buy a Used Car Warranty. I don't know where they get their information. Is information about who buys a car and how old it is public? Until this last car we bought, Jeffrey's Honda, we have always bought used cars, and I think we have always bought an extended warranty at the time we bought the car. That has really come in handy. I've heard different opinions on buying warranties for things. Some people think it's a waste of money, but if anything ever happens and the car needs repairs, that can cost a lot of money. With the warranty, it's paid for. I think Jeffrey had no deductible on the Regal, or it was $50. So, instead of paying $400 or $500 for a repair, it cost $50 at the most. That was definitely helpful because we had to get that car repaired a few times.

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  1. Hi, Anna! Just doing some blog hopping for the day. Not much new going on here with me, the snow is falling and hubby will be home from work shortly. Hope you are enjoying your weekend

    til later

  2. I can honestly say Ive never heard of having Kahula and milk on corn flakes. I have bad memories of Tequilla also. LOL! Yeah, I was a wild one when I was younger.


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