What percentage of my income/assets should I commit to vehicles?


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The past few years have been rough financially (housing crisis and collapse in real estate prices). As a result I have been educating myself about personal finance (credit, debt, budgets, etc). I have been trying to refine my budget to better manage my spending, saving and payoff debt.Now I am trying to determine how much I should spend upon transportation. My current commute is about 30 miles/day, plus miscellaneous errands (call it 200 miles per week), and public transport is terrible in

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