i got my first car

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Leo2500

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alright, its my moms old Nissan Altima while she got the new Maxima
but other than the fact i drive for another year :( its all cool :cool:
 

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alright, its my moms old Nissan Altima while she got the new Maxima
but other than the fact i drive for another year :( its all cool :cool:

Can’t drive for another year?
Anyway congratulations!!!
I got my first car, a 67 Fairlane wagon, at 15 and spent the next year getting it fixed up. Six months after I got my license I wrecked it and got a DUI too. 76 was a tough year. If you’re the first of your friends to drive don’t let them get you in trouble.
Congrats again!

Nam
 

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Congrats on your first car. Enjoy it.
 

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yeah, cherish it and don't do anything stupid. my parents made me buy a oldsmobile for my first car for $3000 and i hated them and the car for it at least you have a cool car. oh, and if you were wondering, i broke the car a few months later, like i said... lol
 

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Congrats on the new car!! My first car was a 1990 Honda CR-X!! I miss that car, it was taken from me by a drunk driver!!
 

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Congrats on the new car!!! My first car and its the one I'm driving now was a 2007 navy blue Honda Civic. I love that car and it gets really good gas mileage.
 
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First car is always a big thing! Even bigger than being legally able to drink etc in my opinion, because its gives you a lot of freedom! My (first) car is a 97 Honda Civic (2 door hatch) its a champ :) I never drive under the influence or speed (though I tend to corner at "unsafe speeds" within the limit apparently).

My first set of "wheels" really was a 2006 Kawasaki ZZR 250 (motorbike) was my pride and joy. Cost me a fortune too being brand new then I dropped it when I slid out at an intersection :( There is nothing like an accident to make you a safer and more defensive driver/rider. Though I hope its something you wont have too go through :) Enjoy it and hopefully you wont try to wash it every day like I use too :p
 

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Congrats! I didn't get my first car until 3 years after I got my license (19) and it was a '94 Topaz :cool: You'll always remember you first car more fondly than you probably should... :D
 

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Dude just be thankful for the fact that you have your first car and you're not even 16!!! If we could all be so lucky. For me, I think it's more the fact that my parents don't trust me. Oh well, congrats.
 

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Congratulations that a big milestone in your life, just clean it up and get to know the car inside and out, if you know something about cars, take this time to get it in proper working order, for when you get your licence.

If you don't know what your doing find a freiind that will help you, it will be a great learning experience, for the both of you.....B
 

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Hmm...I got my first car 4 1/2 years after getting my license (license at 18 1/2, car at 23) - it was a FORD, and it eventually lived up to its reputation (Found On Road Dead).
However, it is a significant step, especially in areas where no other transpotation choices are available.

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FORD trucks happen to be some mighty reliable machines...

my first car is what i drive now, an '04 civic... i treat it right. nice and slow just to bump up the gas mileage.
 

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FORD trucks happen to be some mighty reliable machines...

my first car is what i drive now, an '04 civic... i treat it right. nice and slow just to bump up the gas mileage.

Fords are mighty reliable, you can count on them being broke when you need them.

Now the civic is a good machine, I had an 04 ex, cp. I sold it and got an 07 lx cp, the thing is I sold the 04 for what I paid for 2 years and 12K miles later.
 

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Congrats! By this time next year you'll be itching to drive it... if you aren't already! :p
I just wanna say though, like what has already been said, don't do anything stupid with it. I've been there, with a friend who thought he knew the limits of his car and clearly did not. There are many reasons to drive sensibly, and no real reason whatsoever for driving irresponsibly :)

/WordsOfWisdom
 

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it was a FORD, and it eventually lived up to its reputation (Found On Road Dead).
Peachy
My first exposure to Ford reliability was the slogan I heard at the repair shop: "Fix Or Repair Daily" :)

Saying that, I drive a Ford Explorer ('02) right now and it's outstanding for reliability and highway mileage.
 
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My first car was a black 2005 Nissan 350Z(35th Anniversary Edition). Man, I really loved that car. Alas, it was totalled in the accident. It was a 6-speed manual with a 300 HP V6.
 

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yeah, i was 18 before my parents insisted i got my license and a car.
 

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My first exposure to Ford reliability was the slogan I heard at the repair shop: "Fix Or Repair Daily" :)

Saying that, I drive a Ford Explorer ('02) right now and it's outstanding for reliability and highway mileage.
I am aware of both expressions. My mother owned a 1987 Ford Taurus (white sedan) and it stalled 17 times while she descended a parking garage in San Diego.
 

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You're lucky. My parents won't buy me a car. They think I'll appreciate it more if I pay for it. Not that I can afford it right now. I only make about $400 every two weeks, and with gas over $4.00 a gallon, and quotes for insurance being $150 to $250 a month, I wouldn't be able to afford anything else.
 

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I actually did not get my licence until I was 30. I was in the military and there was always good transportation around so I did not get one for a long time. But when I did my first car was a 1985 Ford Thunderbird Elan. This was a sweet car fully loaded and low miles. I had it for about 7 months and some knucklehead ran a stop sign and totaled it. I was not hurt except for my feelings and pretty pissed off too. The most important part was that I was wearing my seat belt(required by all military personel). I still wear it when I drive my 2005 Ford F-150. So if I can offer any advice wear your seat belt!
 
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