Car Costs on the Rise

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Bill Tsouvalas
Bill Tsouvalas is the managing director and a key company spokesperson at Savvy. As a personal finance expert, he often shares his insights on a range of topics, being featured on leading news outlets including News Corp publications such as the Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun, Fairfax Media publications such as the Australian Financial Review, the Seven Network and more. Bill has over 15 years of experience working in the finance industry and founded Savvy in 2010 with a vision to provide affordable and accessible finance options to all Australians. He has built Savvy from a small asset finance brokerage into a financial comparison website which now attracts close to 2 million Aussies per year and was included in the BRW’s Fast 100 in 2015 as one of the fastest-growing companies in the country. He’s passionate about helping Australians make financially savvy decisions and reviews content across the brand to ensure its accuracy. You can follow Bill on LinkedIn.
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, updated on June 9th, 2023       

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The cost to keep your car running on the road has risen in recent years as a result of increased fuel prices and other associated maintenance costs. The car market is now shifting towards low interest rates and greater availability of fixed priced capped servicing. Following to our last post on what to budget when buying a car, Savvy has gathered some interesting facts to increase awareness in costs involved in running a car along with top 5 cheapest cars to run to help you decide the best option for you when it comes to buying a car.

Car Costs on the Rise – An infographic by the team at Savvy

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