I drive a black Hyundai i30.
2002 Black F150 sport single cab. Named her "Ebony Justice".
2003 Toyota Corolla. Decent little car. I'd like it better if the A/C wasn't out.
1st: '93 Jeep Grand Cherokee (totaled)
2nd: '95? Honda Accord (temporary)
3rd: '98 Dodge Durango (too many problems)
Now: '02 VW Jetta (Naziwagon still going strong)
Currently a 2010 Chevy HHR, cost me $10,000 a year ago. Her name is Little Hearse. Not because I think she's a death trap, but because she looks like a squished up hearse.
I love this car, she is my favourite of all 4 cars I've owned over the years. She's easy to drive, has a nice spacious interior and the boot is big enough for my son's wheelchair and walker to fit in without having to move the chairs at the back forward to collapse them. Great family car IMO and I hope she's with me for many years to come.
I drove a 1995 red Jeep Grand Cherokee until I inherited my mother's 2003 Mercury Sable after her death in December. Then on July 12 of this year, I was on my way to have lunch with my girlfriend and hydroplaned on the interstate. I flipped four times, but I left the hospital four hours after the incident. My left side was banged up pretty bad, but I had no real injuries.
And now I'm back to driving the Jeep with no radio, no working A/C, no working windows. But I don't give a fuck, it gets me from point A to B, even if I have to fill the tank up every few miles.
I miss my mom's car, guys. I still cry because I wrecked the only thing she left me.
This made me sad. Sorry for your loss.Originally Posted by HoFT013
Been driving a hand-me-down '01 chevy malibu for a good 7 years now, and I suppose it's on its last legs, as far as my bank account is fucking concerned.
I mostly need transportation only for getting to work and back, so now I'm looking at getting a bike (I'm about to get the license change and save up for gear). Unfortunately, I have no idea what would be the best model for me, or what would be most reliable. I've been looking at dual and sportbikes mostly, since I get the feeling I would be most comfortable maneuvering on those (I've only used dual, so far). But I'm pretty much going in blind, since no one I know has had much experience. I just know, since it will be my primary mode of transportation, that my thought-process for traveling will have to change drastically.
I'm 36, and a single father of two kids. My father was an auto mechanic for 20 years.
I've never owned a car. My whole family just bikes everywhere.
HoFT looked like a badass after his accident! glad he's ok though.
Up until February I drove a 1999 Saturn SL2. It was red and manual transmission. It had automatic windows and locks which were a big deal back in 99. The automatic locks broke and the back two seats didn't have manual locks so when I moved I had to put boxes through the window. And the two front windows wouldn't roll down because that mechanism broke. The fabric on the ceiling was coming off, it created a nice little canopy effect. I knew that car so well I could drive it blind. My parents took it in to be serviced as a belated Christmas present for me and our very trusted mechanic told them it was a death trap. Too get everything fixed would have cost more than a new car so now I drive a boring ford focus, at least its still manual transmission though