Expensive (from Wiktionary) – having a high price, cost.
I love my little car. It takes me everywhere – here it is pictured outside the dentist office. That day it took me to a doctor’s appointment for some tests, the dentist for a broken tooth, and then to work. I love the freedom it gives me and how frugal it is on gas. But I sure wish owning a car wasn’t so expensive. I don’t have repairs for now – I was blessed to be able to buy a new Honda Civic – but the old car it replaced was really expensive the year before I replaced it. And that didn’t include the insurance, gas and normal maintenance.
Still, the freedom of having a car is really really nice.
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They can be expensive to own, but relying on other transportation is rather costly in some ways. The freedom to go when you choose is worth it.
That is true too. Our bills were really tight when I had to replace my old car and I was so thankful I could afford a new car, even if it was small.