More articles “I’ve been looking at cars and I have an aversion to them, but I have to drive them, and I don’t want to be bothered with them,” she said.
“It’s something that I’m just not going to do.”
She is keen to buy a car for the first time and is determined to be able to drive on the road.
But the challenge is finding a buyer, who can afford it.
Ms Taylor said she had heard of many buyers who would pay over $10,000.
“They’re willing to spend $25,000 or more,” she added.
She said there were people who wanted to buy their own car, but they would never get the chance.
She would rather see a young woman get on the wheel and drive the car.
“I know that this is a young, inexperienced lady who might not be able, or she might have a big accident and she might not want to go into the dealership, but she’d be fine,” she told the ABC.
“She’d get the car and be fine.”
Ms Taylor is keen for her car to last, and has a plan for it.
She has researched a car with the option to go on a loan, but said it was not the best option.
We don’t need to spend thousands on a car and it’s not going that fast.
Ms Wilson said there was a lot of misinformation out there, and there were some cars out there that she wanted to drive.
“[I want] a car that I can drive.
It’s a big deal,” she laughed.
There are people who want to buy carMs Wilson is also hoping to buy her own car.
But she is not keen to go for a loan.
“You’re not getting what you pay for, you’re paying for a lot more than you are worth, and that’s a problem,” she explained.
“That’s what makes people so upset about the prices.”
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