If you’re a car owner, you’ll be aware that car running costs make a sizable dent in your pocket, but are you aware how much your car actually costs you?
We’ve worked how much it costs to run an economy or compact car for a year both before starting the engine (depreciation, insurance, breakdown cover, road tax, MOT) and when driving an average yearly amount (petrol, servicing, tyres, parking and tolls).
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Check out our infographic below to see what we discovered!
- Figures based on 2014 AA motoring costs report for a petrol car, adjusted to September 2016 interest rates and fuel prices.
- Depreciation calculated assuming a 4-year old economy car with an average RRP of £12,000 e.g. Vauxhall Corsa 5dr 1.4i Design.
- Average annual mileage based on 2015 RAC report on motoring.
- Estimates are typical but are not intended to represent all types of vehicles and conditions of use.
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Sources: AA, RAC