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Skipping your next car service could cost you more than you think.

We’ve all been tempted to skip a service now and again. Money gets tight. Life gets busy. Not enough hours in the day. You do a few long trips. It happens.

But whether you’re aware of it or not, skipping your next regular service could actually end up costing you much more than you’d think.

Today’s the big day.

Budget plotted. Appropriate financing secured.

It’s time to drive off the lot behind the wheel of that used car you’ve been saving up for.

The deeds are signed. Keys in hand.

But what a lot of Australian car buyers aren’t aware of is the fact that even when it comes to the purchase of a used car, the Government demands a piece of the action.

New. Used. The distinction is obvious.

But there’s a third option out there open to anyone shopping for a car. The ex demo.

And if you’re in the market for a car, having a look at ex demo vehicles might be a way to save thousands of dollars on your purchase.

But what exactly is an ex demo vehicle?

Over the years, popular opinion often maintained that it’s more sensible, financially, to hold onto that old clunker you’re driving for a few more years than it is to buy something new right now.

Because that sounds right. On paper.

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