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Vehicle Depreciation: How You Can Slow The Process

It’s a harsh reality all car owners must face: new or used, all cars lose value starting from the moment you drive off the lot. It’s largely unpreventable – even putting money back into your car through aftermarket parts only slows down the process. It is estimated that over a five-year span, a car will […]
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