How do you know when it is time to buy a new vehicle?

How do you know when it is time to buy a new vehicle?

Nothing lasts forever, not even your beloved car. One cannot deny that it is difficult to part ways with your vehicle especially if you have had many happy kilometres in it. However, even if your car is not that old there does come a time when you need to consider buying a new one. Here are a few signs that indicate it might be time for a new ride:

Frequent breakdowns: If your car breaks down every couple of months, and it is not minor issues like a flat tyre or low battery charge, then it might be time to sell it and buy a new vehicle.

Costly repairs: If your car consistently breaks down, that means that you are also spending a lot of money on vehicle repairs. If at some point you have to start replacing expensive car parts, then you have to seriously ask yourself if the costs are worth keeping the vehicle?

Your safety is on the line: If you are concerned about your car breaking down in the middle of the night, potentially faulty brakes, an unreliable alarm system, or any other car issues that may put you at risk – then the decision is already made, it is time for a new vehicle.

You always worry about your car: Your car is supposed to make your life easier by getting you from one place to another, not stress you out even more. Thus, if you are constantly worried about the reliability of your car then it might be time to part ways with it.

Let Iemas vehicle finance solution put you in the driver’s seat. Remember, Iemas not only offers competitive and affordable vehicle finance options when it is time for a new vehicle, but we can also assist with refinancing your vehicle or find your dream car on your behalf. We are as proud of your new wheels as you are, which is why Iemas also provides short-term insurance for those unfortunate incidents. Contact Iemas Financial Services on 0861 043 627 to speak to a vehicle finance consultant.

Read related blog article here: How to save on your vehicle expenses or Wheel and tyre safety to keep your vehicle on the road

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