A factor that most directly affects the demand for automobiles is the cost of gas. There are more people driving cars than at any other time in history. Cars are the number one source of discretionary spending in the U.S., and gasoline is the single most important factor in determining that spending.
This was the topic of a post earlier in the week and I was going to use it, but I wanted to make the point to share it with you first.
I was going to use the word “factors” but I think it sounds a little less scientific than that. For example, the cost of gas is not something that can be assumed or predicted. It’s a variable that can be influenced by a number of things such as fuel efficiency, the cost of living, and so on.
In the case of cars, its the cost of driving, not just the cost of gas.
It’s an interesting point, but the real point I wanted to make is that the reason we buy cars is not because cars are a necessity. We buy cars so we can go out and explore the world. We buy them so we can drive to restaurants, get to restaurants, and then drive back home. We buy them so that we can park and walk to other destinations.
Well, it’s obviously not a necessity for you car dealers.
There are many good and bad reasons for why cars are good and bad. But if you want a fun car to drive, then the reason you buy a car is to drive it.
There are also many good and bad reasons for why cars are a necessity. One of the biggest reasons we buy cars is to be able to drive to restaurants, and it is true that we are able to drive to restaurants because we own cars. But the reason we buy a car is because we want to drive it. That’s how we need to look at it.
As it turns out, having a car is a necessity for many of the people driving them, and not just because it makes them feel like they can go anywhere they want to go.
The number of people who own cars does not only refer to those who work for a company. There are also those who own a home and live in their own place. Some people are just used to certain types of cars and would never buy a new one, but those who own cars to live in their own homes are more likely to buy new ones. That is because the benefits of owning a car are far greater than the benefits of owning a home.