It Cost a Fortune to Learn How to Drive at 30, But it Cost Even More After I Started Driving
Dan hughes

This is another fine example of how expensive it is to be poor. If you can afford a car that costs $4k+, you can generally find one that will be sufficiently reliable to be relied on for transport, and one that it makes sense to repair.

When you have no money to buy a car, you end up with it breaking down soon, and possibly being unable to afford repairs. Leaving you to buy ANOTHER lousy car with whatever funds you can scrape up.

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