A good quarter million of us got rid of our cars, Lyft reports.
Car companies are adding data mining clauses into lease and sales contracts.
Without the interest rates and the investment returns, it’s difficult to say whether they’ve made the wrong choice.
I wanted to surprise my parents, who didn’t know I was coming.
It’s just not fair. If I had a dollar for every time I have uttered those words in 60 years, I would have had the $18,997 needed to pay for that car.
Even though I haven’t driven a car in ten years, I still have a valid driver’s license.
Elizabeth (not her real name) is a 30-year-old education professional in Philadelphia.