Like I said, I do have a job. If I were to get a new one AND help my parents just for the sake of helping, along with my university work, there would be no way I could keep up with marks.My advice is be happy with what seems like a free BRAND NEW car. If you want to upgrade, get a job and pay for it yourself. Your an adult!
Man, you are lucky! When I was about the same age as you, all my parents can afford to give me was a bicycle.Hey peeps, first post here.
I'm currently driving a 2012 Ex sedan auto and I want to trade it in.
The car that I really want is the Honda Civic Si (which comes standard transmission only). My parents didn't want to get me one in the first place because of basically 2 "reasons": that it's too expensive and insurance is too expensive....
I lucked out. I went and served in a third world country for 2 years, came home the week of Christmas and my parents took me to the Honda dealership and my Si was sitting there with a big bow on it. So I guess you could try that, serve for two years with no communication with your family for 2 years and see what happens....that's what I did.
That 25 may be a myth. 28 and mine still hasn't fallen. Looked up insurance codes and it indicates 30. Must be company dependent. Location is huge too. Moved from upstate NY to Seattle area and rates nearly trippled.^ there is a lot more than what car you dirve that determines your insurance rate. Male vs female, coupe vs sedan, accident history, age, so on and so forth. A male under 25 yrs in a coupe is going to have a higher insurance rate. Beleive it or not the color also makes a difference as well.
That 25 may be a myth. 28 and mine still hasn't fallen. Looked up insurance codes and it indicates 30. Must be company dependent. Location is huge too. Moved from upstate NY to Seattle area and rates nearly trippled.