Monday, October 18, 2010


I have always felt that used cars are the way to go. Buying a car that is a few years old makes a world of difference. In fact, buying a new car is hardly anything more than a status symbol. Cars are designed to do only one thing, so why should we be concerned with buying new ones all the time?

Luckily there are used car dealers all over the place. However, I don't really trust those places. The way to go, for me, would be to find an individual car online and buy it from someone who is similar to myself. That isn't to say they really need to be just like me, but rather a person instead of some kind of big business. I'm sure that buying a new Ford and driving it away from the dealership is something that a lot of people take great joy in, but that isn't for everyone.

A lot of people my age are buying their first new car, and feeling like real adults. That is not something I associate with my maturity or success, but I can see why someone would assume it has something do with theirs. Maybe I should just move out to Greenville with the rest of the hippies, right?

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