The main factors in this decision include how much disposable income people have and the geographic location. People in the city tend to replace cars more often, for practical reasons as well as social status. In rural areas that tend to be less affluent, people need to get the most for their money and don't care as much about keeping up with the Jones'.
Most city dwellers will replace their car every 5 or 6 years while the less fortunate will keep a car 15 years or more.
by Rob Welsh 7 years ago
How often do people consider changing their jobs during times like this?
by Luis E Gonzalez 4 years ago
I wonder if HP would consider changing the icons for featured, non featured etc hubs to a particular color for each. The circle with the H, semi circle and circle are easily missed.
by kmackey32 8 years ago
If you were a boss, would you hire me?
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
How do you see transportation changing in America in the next fifty years?
by Anjili 6 years ago
How often do you replace your car with a new one?Do you use it until you can’t drive it anymore?
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