I continue to amaze myself.
A couple of weeks ago I bought this little green car. It was nothing special just a little old car that ran and drove with no problems. The plan with the car was to put it on the road and to drive in this summer instead of my truck. Considering I drive around so much I thought this would be the perfect plan to save a little bit of money. $70 a month for gas apposed to my truck which cost me $110 with lite driving. The only problem that I encountered was insurance, getting it wasn’t the problem. The problem was having both car and truck insured at the same time. If I had of taken the truck off my insurance I would have put the car on the road no problem but because I use the truck for so many other things. I don’t think I could have used the car to make dump runs, to tow my camper or pull my dads boat. So because I couldn’t take the truck off the insurance, if I had of insured the car I would end up losing money. I will be going to school in the fall so it just would not be worth it.
So what did I do. I sold it. This doesn’t sound uncommon but I love selling vehicles. I get the same thrill selling them as most people do when they buy a new one. Last summer I bought and sold three different vehicles and one camper. I would find a good deal, buy it, thoroughly clean it, maybe fix the brakes or any minor issues, paint it and sell it again. The thing that amazed me the most about the sale of the little green car was how fast I sold it. At 11am I put it up for sale and by 5pm it was sold. This is the type of thing that assures me my decision to go to college for business will be a good one.
That was my excitement yesterday, I will be grilling my head for more posts.