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What recent graduates in Ghana should know when buying a car to drive in Ghana.

If you are planning to live in Ghana and have just graduated from college, then this is the perfect blog post for you. I will be giving you some of my personal opinions on what car will suit your needs best. I will also be providing insights on the market for cars as well as differences between renting a car, buying one, and leasing one.

In this blog post, I am going to tell you what my dream car would be in Ghana. In some of the sections that follow, I will also tell you how to go about having that dream car in Ghana. Lastly, I will be providing my recommendation on what car to purchase and why based on my experience.

If you are living in Ghana already and are planning to settle down soon, I hope this blog post will help answer some questions and give you some pointers on where to start when it comes to buying a car in Ghana. 

Having a car in Ghana is very convenient and it will not only make your life easier, but it will also save you a ton of money on fuel because you can go to work by using public transport. However, there are some things you should know about Ghanaian roads that will impact your decision to buy a car. You should also know that cars are always going to be more expensive in Ghana than they would be in your native country.

First of all, Ghanaian roads are in the worst conditions you can imagine, especially at night. You have to drive very slowly, and you cannot even travel at the speed limit because it is hard to spot potholes in the dark. Driving too fast on these roads will not only give you a terrible headache but will also damage your car. Many people have had their cars' suspensions broken by driving too fast and hitting a bump at night.

The second thing that you should know is that most people drive their cars like they are in a race or like they are in a movie. This applies to both males and females of all ages - it is just the way people drive here.  

Lastly, there is a ton of traffic in Ghana. All these factors should be taken into account when shopping for a car. If you are still interested in buying a car, I have explained everything you need to know below.

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