I don't have any advice as far as the car goes.... but I have to say that your income/expenses look a little bare, or at least, your expenses do.One thing that struck me is that you don't list groceries as an expense. I hope you're eating. The other thing that struck me is that you mention 'gas' at $60/month. I'm guessing that's your fuel oil for your house and not gas for your (current) car. If so, make sure you're including gas for your car in your 'expenses'.I only mention it because leaving off stuff like that sorta skews the budget and you may be working with less money than you realized when it comes time to make a $300 car payment.
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