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How do you overcome unexpected car expenses?

Author : FN - 2187

Submitted : 2018-02-26 02:03:06    Popularity:     

Tags: unexpected  overcome  expenses  car  

This is why everyone should have a savings for emergencies. If you do not, you will have to be frugal and start saving up, to pay it off. This can be done by

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This is why everyone should have a savings for emergencies. If you do not, you will have to be frugal and start saving up, to pay it off. This can be done by eating at home, giving up frivolous purchases, and not buying every new gadget that Apple introduces.

Apply for a credit card, charge ONLY the car repairs, and then pay off as much as you can, as soon as you can. And cut out StarBucks and anything that isn't a PB&J for lunch until you do.
Unexpected car repairs shouldn't be unexpected. Cars break. Cars need tires, and oil, and brakes. And if you can't afford to fix it, it may be time to take the bus or your bike. Cars are expensive in general, so if there is an alternative, it may be better to get rid of it.

That's why the first thing you do with your first job is set up an emergency fund

By having planned for such a situation ahead of time via an emergency fund.

Have an emergency fund built up to pay for such things.

take the bus

I've had some of those recently. Fortunately, i have learned to save some money, maybe $2000 or so, in case i have an unexpected expense. It's hard for some of us to even save $200, but i somehow do it when i remember i'm on my own.

Having an emergency savings is the best way to solve this problem, however this is more of a preemptive method. In the moment, you can make a quick few hundred bucks by picking up a side gig, selling things on craigslist or letgo, or asking a family member or friend for a loan. Finances are important to keep track of. Know your income and outcome and save the rest so you have something to fall back on in a situation like this. Personally, I have an auto-transfer from my checking to my savings of $5 everyday. That's around $1,800 a year, plenty to cover any unexpected expenses at a moments notice. And if you have the means, save $6 or $7 dollars a day! It really adds up. You just have to have the self discipline to not touch this money throughout the year unless it is an emergency.

Good Luck!

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