We're getting close to that time of year when college students across the nation graduate and tackle life as a non-student for the first time. It's an exciting transition, and many grads will consider investing in a new car as their first big-ticket purchase. Whether you've got a taste for the finer things in life or are just looking for a reliable vehicle you can put some miles on, understanding which used cars will serve you best is a necessity.
With the average cost of a vehicle repair running close to $400, some people may get uncomfortable with the idea of not being under warranty. To get peace of mind, they may start researching an extended warranty in hopes of avoiding surprise repair bills in the future. Is it worth it, or are you wasting your money?