A friend of mine recently asked my advice about buying a car and seeing as it’s been a while since I’ve written on the topic of personal finance, I thought I would share my opinion here too.
I would recommend that people don’t make it public on social media that they are away from home, otherwise they could become a target. Unfortunately it’s my job to talk about my travels publicly on social media so I started to worry about my home & my car. I did some research and these are my top tips for protecting your assets while you are travelling.
Insurance is one of those expenses that we can’t avoid, unfortunately. It’s just not worth the risk. But what we can do is make sure that we are not wasting some or all of that money by making silly mistakes.
While I was playing around on Gumtree I was quite impressed with how many cars are for sale there. They range from old skedonks (did you know that is a real word? I thought it was South African slang!) through to the larniest of larny cars.
Insurance is unfortunately one of those things we just have to have. One of those expenses that go under the ‘recurring’ category. It also usually fits into the ‘fixed’ category, being one of those expenses that we can’t really change. But is that really true?
When I was asked to write about Mazda, I thought it would be a tough gig. I don’t write much about cars and I’ve never owned a Mazda.Then I did a Google image search for Mazda, and seeing all the cars they have produced over the years made me realise that Mazdas have been a part of my life all along.
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