What changes more often – the car you drive or your home address?
I bought a new car in 2003 which I still drive today. Since then I have moved five times. So, what is more of a constant in your life, your car or your address?
It`'s a tie. My seconds car, and my second home address.
Looks like I live a balanced life. LoL!
I generally move every 3 years or so to another state. I get bored with my surroundings pretty quickly. I drive a 1998 Cavalier that has been in the driveway at my last 3 houses.
Most definitely the car I drive. My family is getting bigger and it seems that the cars they make these days are getting smaller so we have to look for something that can fit everyone, their bags and their other stuff.
For me, it is my car. I get a new one every two years. But I guess it depends on the person. I suspect a bad driver that gets into a tone of accidents would go through a lot of cars.
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