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Emerging from our Covid lockdown cocoons has been a joyful affair for many. Far flung friends and family have been reunited, we’ve tamed unruly locks at the hairdressers, and even begun booking holidays.

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Average cost of owning a car continues to go up as aussies spend over 350 a week on their transportation

Average cost of owning a car continues to go up as aussies spend over 350 a week on their transportation

It’s no secret that a car is something that will cost you the moment you drive out of the dealership (have you seen the price of petrol lately?). From regular costs like car loan repayments, fuel and tolls to you more-occasionals like tyres, rego and insurance and roadside assist - it all adds up. That’s where the latest stats from the Australian Automobile Association come in handy, as they break down the Australia-wide average of different car costs.  According to the report, the average total transport cost for Aussies over the third quarter (Q3) of 2021 was $367.63 per week. That’s $6.99 greater than in the second quarter (Q2) of this year and makes up on average 15% of Australians’ total income. And, if you look at it from an annual cost perspective, it adds up to be $19,117 per year. While public transport is considered in the national total transport cost, it only makes up 6% of yearly transport costs overall, meaning the rest goes towards personal transportation costs (those associated with owning a vehicle) such as car loan repayments, fuel and repairs. 

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