Posted November 15, 2018 06:22:31I’m not a big car owner, but I can tell you I’d rather not be.
Not that I’d prefer it, but it would be much better than living in a car that I didn’t have to drive.
When it comes to getting my daily fix of petrol and diesel, I prefer to walk.
It’s a better deal than driving.
But it’s not the only way.
Geico rental cars are being sold in Australia and New Zealand, and the cars can be rented for as little as $100 a day, depending on the location.
The geico cars have no windows or doors, and they’re meant to be parked in public, not parked in garages or car parks.
In Sydney, the cars are selling for as low as $20 per day, according to the city’s public transport operator, Sydney Trains.
If you’re thinking about getting a car, you should be aware that many states and cities are considering legislation to change the way people can buy and sell car insurance, according a new report by the think tank Demos.
As well as changing the insurance laws, the report calls for a range of policies to be rolled out across the country to make buying and selling cars less risky, such as letting people buy insurance for a car only when they’re buying a car from a dealer.
And as the number of car-sharing services increase, some of the insurance companies will need to make more money from the services to survive, the think-tank said.
According to Demos, the number one problem facing the world’s car owners is the rising cost of car insurance.
“We are facing a crisis in the insurance market.
We have an escalating premium, an increasingly fragmented market, and a growing number of policies that are not suitable for most consumers,” said Demos policy analyst Matt Gattis.
Car owners who can’t afford to buy a car should look into alternative forms of insurance, such in-home insurance, which will help you cover costs, Gattasaid.
Another way to save money is by using a personal car insurance policy, which can cover the cost of your vehicle, your car insurance premiums and repairs and any other expenses that might be incurred while driving, according in-house policy specialist, Sarah McEwan.
With more cars and cars, and with more people taking to the roads, it’s a great time to buy insurance, Ms McEgan said.
“We know it’s getting worse, so we’re really excited about the potential of this,” she said.