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Did you pay for your first car or was it given to you ?

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If it was given you did you like the car ?
My step son was given a car with free 12 mth rego and comphrensive insurance only for a year
He hates the car
It’s a Camry 2002 red and he said it’s an embarrassment to drive


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2 years ago
Given, taken away then I paid for it

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2 years ago
Poor kids have loser parents

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2 years ago
Ask him for the keys to check the mileage as you are getting ready to sell it. Tell him that’s since it is an embarrassment he can buy his own!

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2 years ago
I bought an old van off my exes mother for $500 when I was 17 and pregnant with my first child. Then sold it a few months later because my drug addict boyfriend needed money.

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2 years ago
Your mum gave you too much freedom.

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2 years ago
My Mum didn't have a choice I left home at 16 😂

Not still with him but we were together for 12 years and had 4 kids together. He did end up getting off the drugs when our first was born but it had screwed with his brain and he had major anger problems which led to him being abusive throughout our relationship.

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2 years ago
I feel sorry for her kids with judgemental people like you thinking you have the right to judge everyone

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2 years ago
I paid for my 1st car. A little hyundai excel and I paid $200 for it. It's a great little car but I had to sell it when I had kids cause it wasn't big enough to fit car seats in. My brother has it now and he loves it as well.

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2 years ago
I was given one but I was the 3rd generation to have it. It was originally my grandparents car, they passed it to my mother when they got a new one. She drove it for a few years, got herself a new one and gave the old one to me. Drove it for years until the wheels literally fell off.

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2 years ago
Well he has 2 choices. Suck it up & be grateful for the financial help or catch the bloody bus!

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2 years ago
My parents matched whatever I was able to save. I plan to do the same with my children.

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2 years ago
Got given one but it was kinda my choice but I was surprised with it on my 16th

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2 years ago
i had to pay for it but it was a family friends car, was the best car i had ever had and have been looking for the same car again. your step son should have it taken off him

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2 years ago
I got my brothers old '91 commodore for free when he bought our parents commodore. Had it for 3 years, then bought my parents car that they'd leased. I had no issues having an old car, was grateful to have it.

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2 years ago
I paid for my own car

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2 years ago
Ungrateful little shit.

I brought my first car for $1200. It was a 94 Toyota Corolla. I had that for 3 years until it needed repairs that would have cost more than the car was worth.

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2 years ago
My dad bought mine and I still appreciate the fact he did even though it was nearly 20 years ago

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2 years ago
It was bought for me. It cost $500. But on road costs were mine. Plus all the constant repairs it needed. . A Datsun 12yb . Piece of crap was always breaking down. I ended up getting rid of it and buying something better.

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2 years ago
I paid for it! My parents told me they will give me an 18th or $1500 towards a car. I started working when I was 14, 9 months so I saved $3,500 myself and got my Hyundai Excel and my parents gave me a party.

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2 years ago
I was 19 in 1999 and bought an old rust bucket ( so to speak ) for $2000 and lasted me 5 years and saved like mad to buy car for $6,600

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2 years ago
I will take that car from your ungrateful stepson. I had to buy my own and couldn’t afford one until I was 20. Tho it was a joint car with my husband and he had early morning starts while I did days so I bussed it until we could afford another when I was 26. Tell him to buy his own if he doesn’t like the one he was given.