I just sold my car. It was a 2002 Pontiac Bonneville. My parents bought it new back in August of 2002. I learned how to drive in that car, and I bought it from my parents in 2008 when I moved to Texas for a co-op job. I planned to keep that car until it wouldn't run anymore, so I tried to take as good care of it as possible.
I recently went car shopping, and along the way I got quotes from several different dealers. I collected three quotes that included price before TT&L and price after TT&L. After looking at the numbers, all I can say is that the price after TT&L is the only price that matters or means anything. (TT&L stands for tax, title, and license, but as you'll see, that's not all that it includes.)