caysea7254 wrote:Just curious--what do you use for "garaging address" on your vehicle insurance? That's one where I "lie" but I know the insurance company knows I'm "lying" because they're insuring me as a traveling fulltimer.
It's really simple to us. We just never lie about anything. People can adapt to anything without lie.
Well look around we know plenty of honest people. We're just honest it's that simply. We r far from perfect but we don't lie. Don't mean to start any arguments.
RetiredRealtorRick wrote:valhalla360 wrote:RetiredRealtorRick wrote:valhalla360 wrote:
Sold the house back in 2007...got debt free first and never had a desire to go back in bondedge.
Without interest payments, it's much easier to build wealth.
Of course buying a new truck is a choice. We typically shoot for around 10yr old. A fraction of the price and years of reliable life left. $10k is a lot easier than $70k.
Please let me know where I can buy 2013 3/4-ton trucks that aren't eaten up with miles for 10K each. I see a lucrative business emerging here! :C
If you are expecting a 10yr old truck with 20k miles that's been barn stored with a cover the entire time, yeah, not happening but long gone are the days when a truck was dead-man-walking at 100k miles.
We are in a 2008 that we bought for $10k about 6yrs ago (the window sticker that was in the glove box, said it was $60k new). Just getting back from a trip to Alaska. We've put a little less than 100k miles on it.
Go ahead and double it for recent inflation (which has really started to settle down anyway) and it's still a heck of a lot cheaper than buying new.
Typically most 10-year-old trucks will have a bare minimum of 150K on the odometer (most with substantially more). I just don't want to start there. No, I don't expect 20K either, but there is indeed a happy medium somewhere along the way for everyone.
They said we could give a address of a relative and that would be our residence but we just couldn't. Nothing good comes out of a lie and we are stuck out here in Oregon. It made us completely sick when they told us the part to fix our truck has been back ordered for months.