LOL, bit bizarre to say us old geezers aren't living in the now. We living in the 1900's in a time wrap world? But I can see how life is harder for you, trying to get your tiktok or Youtube channels to give you your big break. Spending money on cloths and phones to show you 'rich' you are. 'Back in my day' life was so simple, we didn't need to buy a 100 inch TV or Ipad, IPhone, Ipod. We had to go out to places (strange I know) but people all got together in these big groups called crowds and we would talk. Cost far less. I'm sorry you don't have a car, maybe you will get one when you big one day.
I love boomer narcissism.
It's rough because I'm ultimately looking for how I can buy a car. I make peanuts. Rent, bills cost too much for me to save for a car in a reasonable amount of time. I don't have time to spare.
Nice, what were they selling for?
It’s a very early 2000’s that I got for 5500 about five years ago. Runs great, 4wd and a five speed. I also have a camper shell. It got 170k miles on the clock and my mechanic says it should run nearly forever.
You must have a nice job
I guess. I save my money though. Not kidding. i save about 40% of my monthly pay. i drive my vehicles until they aren't worth fixing, and with the money i saved goes to the new vehicle. I did the same with my home. I did have to have a loan on it, but my down payment was 80% of the total, and i had the remainder paid off in 2 years.
Love how an idiot pink anon decided to insult those of us who chose to be smart with money. The stupid is strong with her.
Side note, my first car was a 300 dollar hoopty, purchased when i was 21, that barely got me from point a to point b. My most recent car was a 60k audi.. And half a dozen cars between, all of which used. The audi, my most recent car is the first new car i ever bought, and i bought it a year an a half ago. So this old geezer knows a shit ton more about cars, and saving money than the pink anon could ever hope to.
That's lucky. Audis are cool. I don't make enough money to save it right now- it all goes to bills, rent, and groceries
I get where you're coming from, up until 8 years ago I was working minimum wage, but I worked as a freelance computer tech on the side. It took me a LONG time to start making enough to afford what I have.
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Or if you mean total payments.I'd guess about £20 per month insurance.£70 per month fuel.£40 per months sundry costs, mot, servicing, repairs and car tax.Maybe a little more.
Thanks for like!