Chapter 16: Owning a Vehicle
Chapter Overview: Ready to Learn?
You may already have purchased your first car. The experience was probably exciting, yet nerve-racking. One of the first steps in buying a car is deciding how much you can afford to pay. Some people are able to pay cash; others have to finance the vehicle. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) gives consumers protection when they buy vehicles on credit. When you have made the automobile purchase, you should carry insurance. After studying this chapter, you will be able to make better decisions when it comes to purchasing a car.
Legal Web Links: Need to Know More?
Surf the Internet for legal Web links.
The Web site for the National Highway Traffic Safety Association.
Real Cases: Did You Get It?
Apply the chapter material to real cases.
Self-Check Quizzes:Test Tomorrow?
Test your knowledge of chapter material with a self-check quiz.
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