How would I get money back for the following automobile purchases:?

How would I get money back for the following automobile purchases:?

• Auto insurance• Auto lease or loan• Auto warranty• Auto parts and services• Fuel• Recovery charges (i.e., towing)• License and registration fees

MadMan

You mean on your taxes? You will not.

Jonny

Start a business and use your car for business. You can write most of it, if not all of it off on your taxes.Source(s):http://elandariegotowing.com

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