My first car was a 1957 Plymouth Bonneville that I was given to my mother after her death in 1975.
I drove the car from the age of five and it was always my favorite car.
The car’s name is Thrifty Car Rental.
Since then, I have driven a number of other vehicles, but this is the first car I own that I have never had to pay a cent for.
I’ve always wanted to own one of these things, but the only way I could afford it was to buy a car.
I decided to start renting a car after my car ended up being stolen.
The rental company offered me a $5,000 deposit on the car.
I thought it was a steal at first, but as I learned more about the rental industry and how expensive the cars could be, I realized it was really cheap.
The price tag was just $1,600 per month and the rental car was very reliable.
I was so thrilled that I finally decided to take a chance on a vehicle.
This article was originally published by The Atlantic, and it has been republished with permission.