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Change the values below the graph to update the graph

If you're buying a new car, how much is it costing you? If you're buying used, put in the original brand new price and see how much you should pay for it based on the number of years it has been used.

Depreciation is how quickly a car looses value. Most cars depreciate at known rates ranging from 20% to 30%. While 20% is a fair rate for most vehicles.

The cost of fuel goes here

How much do you expect to drive your car? If you're driving a distance regularly then the cost of ownership will significantly depend on this

Most cars have a fuel rating. Find out yours and enter it here. MPG to KML converter

How much does it cost to get your vehicle renewed and licenced for the roads?

Call an insurance company to figure out how much you'll be spending on insurance for your car

Now this is really hard to tell. If you have experience owning a car and know how much it costs to maintain, you can use that number. If you're not sure, either leave it blank or make a guess.

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Insurance | - - |

Yearly Avg Cost |
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Monthly Avg Cost |
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Daily Avg Cost |
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10 Year Cost |
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Year 1 | - - |

Year 2 | - - |

Year 3 | - - |

Year 4 | - - |

Year 5 | - - |

Year 6 | - - |

Year 7 | - - |

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Year 10 | - - |

The caclulator uses exponential depreciation is used to calclate the cost of depreciation and the asset value of a car over time.