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The cost of owning a car can be a significant cost, as well as a challenge, as a recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found.

But it’s not always a cost you can easily see yourself living off.

“People don’t necessarily think about the cost of buying a car, because they think about it as just a one-time expense,” says James Stuckey, a transportation economist at the University of Maryland.

“But the truth is, buying a new car is a significant expense.”

Here’s a look at how much a car costs.

What is a car?

A car is typically a car used to travel between two points, either a place or a distance.

Most people think of cars as having two wheels, a gas tank, and an engine.

But cars can also have four wheels, four wheels of different sizes, and even a few wheels of varying widths.

A car can also be a bus, a train, or a boat.

“There’s an enormous range of different types of cars,” says Stuckeys.

“The types of things that are available today tend to be limited in size.”

Most people buy a car for a single purpose: to get around.

They don’t consider the cost to the environment or the maintenance, StucKeys says.

But, when a car has an accident, it can be difficult to know how much it will cost.

Stuckys report found that a car’s overall cost can vary greatly depending on the vehicle, and whether the car was driven for a long period of time.

“For most vehicles, you can’t just estimate the cost over time,” Stuckinys report says.

The most expensive cars tend to have a higher-than-average mileage.

“When a car is driven for long periods of time, the cost tends to rise substantially,” Stokes says.

Stokes estimates that a typical SUV could cost between $100,000 and $150,000, and a light truck could cost around $40,000 to $60,000.

Most people have no idea how much they’re paying for their car.

“If you drive a new vehicle, you’re really paying for it with your own money,” Stochys says.

“And you have to pay it off over a number of years, so that you don’t have to go to a dealership to buy the car.

And it’s an expense that you pay off at some point in time.”

How much does it cost to drive a car in the United States?

The cost of purchasing a new or used car varies greatly depending where you live.

In a typical year, the average cost of a new, used, or comparable vehicle is around $21,200, according to the Federal Trade Commission.

But the cost can change significantly depending on where you’re located.

In Florida, for instance, the typical cost is around a third less than the price of a comparable car, according the U.S. Census Bureau.

A similar situation can occur in states where a high percentage of the population lives in a region with higher median household incomes.

“In California, you see a lot of people who live in places where the average price is close to $30,000,” Stockeys says.

In Texas, for example, the median price is around 25 percent higher than in Florida.

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According to the National Safety Council, more than 15 million people in the U,S.

have been killed in car accidents every year, and they are the leading cause of death in U.K. cars.

If you are injured or killed in a car crash, you must pay for medical care.

The insurance companies that cover you for those costs will usually deduct the cost, which can be more than the cost that you are paying.

The U.N. estimates that car crashes cost $30.5 billion annually.

It also notes that people with disabilities and the elderly account for more than a third of the total costs.

And, in 2014, more people were killed in traffic crashes than anywhere else on Earth.

How do I know if a car I buy will last?

While a car may look like it is worth buying, it may not be.

“You have to really understand the car and how it’s being used,” says Andrew Wylie, director of the University at Albany’s Center for Transportation Research.

“Because there are lots of things you can buy that are not as expensive as they seem, and you have an expectation that they’re going to last.”