Why The Mileage High Club is The Only Car Club For Me

To be in the mileage high club, your car has to have at least 100,000 miles on it.  

To me, hitting 100,000 miles is really only breaking the car in. I’ve never even bought a car that had less than 100,000 miles on it. 

Here are the main reasons I have chosen to be a lifelong member of the mileage high club: 

Save Money

If you drive a car that is dependable, you can save loads of money over the years. I’ve paid less than $10,000 for every car I’ve ever bought and have never really had to get a major repair done. 

Stay out of Debt

Maybe you don’t even have a couple thousand dollars saved up that you could buy a car with. If that’s the case, getting an “affordable” loan that’s “only” a few hundred dollars a month isn’t the answer.  

New Cars Depreciate Rapidly

In the first 5 years alone, brand new cars can depreciate as much as 60%! You might not look at your car as an investment, but in reality, it is.