T1Famous, on 10 April 2012 - 15:18, said:
I like it!
Anyway I already have a job but I just don't quite know where all my money goes each month
Do you not keep track of your banking? Also, not sure where you are from but in Canada the licensing system =
at 16 you can take written test. This lets you drive with a person who has been fully licensed for 4 years. Never alone and not on anything faster than 80KM/h.
1 year later (or 10 months with drivers ed) you can take the road test. Which lets you drive alone, but can only have certain passengers and at certain times.
Then 1 year later, you do your final test, which gives you your full license, which aside from vehicle weight, and alcohol limit the restrictions are lifted.
So here it would be pointless to have your own car especially if you are just starting. Also, Loans = repayment, plus they are based on credit checks and such. They aren't walk in walk out, chances are you may need your parents to co-sign one. My advice.. get a cheap car for the sake of having one, run it into the ground, but save for a nice car during that time.