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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by gigawert, Jan 30, 2018.
Ask a teacher to do Dorifto!
Well, that one is, but most of the other teachers drive vauxhalls or BMWs
Shitty lifted 1992 ford broncos. Also the rich privileged white kids get 2016 Jeep Wranglers with ever especially shitty lifts and “offroading” tires.
When I was a freshman, my algebra teacher had a Yukon Denali XL and 2 Escalade ESV Platinums and was contemplating getting a Navigator when they were going to update it - apparently she just got a 2018 Nav. The kid I mentioned before with a white RS7 said he's probably swapping it for a new S8 for graduation. As for me, when I graduate I think I might sell my Lexus ES and either upgrade to a black Jag XJR or a gray/black LS430. Opinions?
Where do you living?in USA its worth to change to Tesla Model S P85 RWD (fully loaded)But in my case i'm in russia and teslas selling unofficially so theres only 1 supercharger!
I saw it today. 450SLC. Light blue. Driven by a student.
USA but I hate Tesla with a passion and I'm not buying new, it would be a car around 2008-2010
theres a guy with a blue F150 in our school
No, let them total new shite cars and leave the soon-to-be classics to us(me).
Lexus. It's actually got daily driver reliability.
If I ever go to school, I'll be driving an classic car.
Not to mention insurance.
Good luck getting insurance on a classic car if you're under 25 years old. Grundy and Hagerty... if you're below 25 you can't touch it. Either you'll be driving with absurd insurance rates or you'll be driving with no insurance.
Well, in our country anything older than 16-17 can't be insured against third party damage, so no big deal.
Oh, and I don't have a Learners Permit yet, so once I CAN drive. I m
Right, my dad mentioned that. Insurance would be hard in an old car like that. I suppose he could put it in through his company.
But you'd still have to be registered as a driver, so even if insurance allows you to drive it, you'd be spending ludicrous amounts of money. I'm not saying this to put your hopes down, I'm saying this from experience. I had to sell mine because I couldn't legally drive it for (then) another 7 years and by the time it would've been legal for me to drive it I would've had to repair anything that had rotted away over the years.
It sucks, but that is how it is.
An old Geo Metro Convertible
Some old Ford Bronco
Seen a Tesla P90d
My 2006 Saturn Vue base ☺️
Principal - blue Honda Jazz
Class teacher - BMW X5
There's a really modded civic
some hybrids (Toyota CH-Rs, Yarises...)
maybe a few convertibles but nothing too extraordinary
You guys have one teacher for your entire class, for every subject? Is this the 4th grade?
Anyway, there's two red 5th gen celicas at my university, and an old mini cooper aswell, pretty neat. I've also seen someone with a Peugeot 504 wagon, which I found quite interesting.
Most cars are diesel superminis and generally bottom of the barrel vehicles. There's also a few spoiled kids with brand new 1-series BMWs (which they're totally not gonna sell in half a year when they realize they can't afford these cars )
A friend of mine co-owns a 1954 Morris Minor (with his Grandad), although we're too young to drive.