Sponsored Post. All opinions are mine.Am I retiring soon? Oh well, not really! Last week, I received a letter from the Retirement Office saying that if I work until 67, I will get that certain amount when I retire. Believed me, I will never work until 67 because as of now, I am already planning for an early retirement. I would say and hopefully in God's will, I want to retire before reaching the age of 50. I am slowly planning for it and this is the reason why, I am working hard now to go for an early retirement, have a simple life, do all the things that I wanted to do and most of all, drive my dream car.
I have a dream car and it is good to know that I am slowly saving for it. I have been driving a car for over ten years now and I have the understanding that it is a must to own one especially if you are driving it daily to your workplace. It is not a luxury anymore but it is a necessity of having one, whether for family or work purposes.
At this time, things are different because maybe in less than 5 years from now, I already want to retire. Not really a retirement that you will just sit down but I want to do the things that I really wanted to do and that is traveling. I want a car that can bring me anywhere, on or off roads. For me, an SUV would be perfect. I am just deciding what brand or model would I buy.
I am not really an expert on giving you tips on buying cars but I am very thankful for Cars.com. They have all the knowledge and information when it comes to buying a car. You can find videos and reviews in their website which are very helpful in deciding on which car to buy. You can also browse on their site about tips and information on how they conduct car seats check. This is very important as there are a lot of things to know about car seats.
My last words; I would love to consider the suitability, functionality, budget and the look of the car. If ever, I am ready to buy my next car, I would surely consider these factors. Once again, thanks to Cars.com for all the tips. They will surely be of great help once I already decided to buy my dream car when I retire.