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Roy is six miles southwest of Ogden, bordering the Hill Air Force on the east and the town of Hooper on the west. From the census of 2000, there were 32,885 people, 10,689 households, and 8,604 families residing in the city. The average household size was 3.06 and the average family size was 3.43. The city has a total area of 7.6 square miles, all of it land. Roy was first settled in 1873. Most of the surrounding communities had been settled prior to it. In 1894 a post office was established in Roy. The town was originally known as Central City, Sandridge, the Basin, and Lakeview. The official City of Roy was incorporated in 1937. The city can be found in Weber County, along Interstate 15. It is part of the Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. By 1940, the business sector of the town began to boom, as it was previously limited to a gas station, café, lumber yard, and grocery store. During World War II, Roy’s development took off, as it housed many workers from the nearby war bases. In September 1953 Roy received a charter to establish the first branch bank in the state of Utah. This branch of the Bank of Utah pioneered the way for other banks to establish branches through out the state. It, once again, boosted the population, economy, and development of this small town. Modern day Roy offers most types of businesses and services. Roy was designated as "Weber County's Fastest Growing City, reflecting upon its expansion. There are now sewer, gas, and electrical systems and for water there is a canal, a culinary water system, and a secondary water system. A grand museum, built in 1993, displays memorabilia of Roy City, and does its job to preserve Roy's past.

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Do not just take a monthly bill for a used car and assume these will be the only expenses. There are many more, some that can be predetermined and some that will sneak up on you. Ownership costs for a used car is an important factor to take into account. This includes things like insurance premiums, gasoline, and maintenance expenses. These expenses may be minimum compared to rent, mortgage, or other bills, but they may mean the difference between affording the used car and being pushed over the top. Determine the complete pictures of your individual finances before buying a used car. Total monthly living expenses, plus any other amounts you pay each month apart from installment loans and credit card debts. Also track any annual expenses you (insurance premiums, retirement funds, registration fees, or yearly dues), and divide the amount by 12. Add these two amounts to your monthly credit expenses.

Subtract this total from monthly take-home pay. The amount remaining is what you can afford to spend each month on a used car. If funds are available, paying out-of-pocket for a used car is less expensive than financing the purchase. Even if the payment is cash, you must come up with monthly payments.

Remember that just because a lending institution determines that you're qualified to borrow more than you'd calculated on your own doesn't necessarily mean you should ignore your limit. Only you know what can be afforded in a used car, and the guidelines should never be determined solely by the lender.