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Old 08-06-2013, 09:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Ramona2012 View Post
Think this through before getting rid of one of the best trucks on the market today. I had a 2009 and absolutely loved the truck, but my round trip commute is 100 miles and I hastily traded it in for a commuter vehicle. The commuter vehicle sure saved me on gas, but I just did not feel safe or comfortable in it. I was also going through tires like crazy because the econoboxes use low rolling tires that don't last too long. My insurance was also higher. A few years later, I decided to get rid of the commuter vehicle and bought a 2012. I took more of a beating in depreciation than any gas savings had I kept the 2009. You can't put a price on your safety, comfort or happiness. One alternative to consider is to keep the truck for the weekends and buy a beater vehicle for your city ride.
Yet another way to go, if he can afford to do so. Good advice.
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