frankie111sport wrote: ↑
Sun Oct 22, 2017 2:10 pm
QCtech wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:43 pm
For your safety and the safety of the members here please dont post or ask to be answered to your private email. Many people in craiglist do this to collect and sell emails of real people. Use the private messaging function of this forum if you prefer, but dont ask people here to answer to your email or you might be flagged as a spammer and removed from the forum. Another thing is that you say you have the car in your title, and then you are asking about a car that you dont have actually.You question is highly superficial because the maintenance will depend on the year of the car, and the maintenance done to it. You dont say what year you would be buying. Gas weekly? that depends of how many miles you use it and you should be able to see the mpg in city/highway in the internet and do your own calculation of how much you are going to be driving it, hard car to drive?? No car is hard to drive, there are people without the proper skills. Sorry kid, but your questions seem highly suspicious of a spammer or an email collector. I am going to try to think that you are too young and can not think about these things, but if you can not anwer this questions by yourself looking at the car data about mpg and your state gas prices, I think you should be better off not having this type of car.
Well I’m not a scammer or anything. I’m just trying to get some knowledge of this and I want a 2006 g35 coupe. If it’s a problem asking these questions I can leave. I don’t have a problem if I’m bpthering you man. I’m just here for some answers to some of my questions
Well, we dont know that, and you dont have to leave, and no one is forcing you to. I am telling you how it works, and I clearly stated for the safety of both our forum members and yourself. I see you or an adm redacted your email, so all is well now. You should read the forum rules and learn how it works. If I had a dime from every spammer that swore they are not I would have a small fortune. Just abide by the rules of the forum and you should be good. I also pointed out that you are asking somewhat too superficial questions. No one can tell you how much insurance will be for a 16 year old in your state. Mainly that is a question that only your father could answer you because you are a minor, and it will be the credit and accident history of your parents what will be taken into account. You can not ask how much gas would be, because we dont even know how much is gas prices per gallon on your state, and what type will you use(premium, regular?) etc. You posted a title like you owned the car and then it showed that no, you are actually asking about buying one, so maybe if you start by making your mind up and putting things in perspective some of us could help you. You are planning on buying a used car that have now 11 years and is highly involved in maintenance and electronics, and you are a minor. We are giving you straight answers, but we can not make the answers out of thin air. Are your parents going to take care of all the maintenance or you will have to pay it yourself? Are you going to use the car as a daily driver or a weekend trips car?Are you planning of actually learning to work on it yourself? If you channel your information well, and are prepared to receive honest answers about something that is a big responsibility, then you can get a lot of help here. Now, as with ANY used 11 year old car, there is a lot of homework you have to do yourself, and there is a search function on the forum. Use all your available resources is you are looking for real data before asking. If you are looking for opinions, that is a whole different thing. Your question have a little of both. The hard data could be get at many outlets in the internet and your state prices and regulations. I am being straight with you about how this forum works, and how owning an older car works. What you make up of all this information is up to you. Or you can simply ignore me. I am not an administrator, I am just answering using common sense.