Reply to post: Another solution for a new car:

We already give up our privacy to use phones, why not with cars too?

jake Silver badge

Another solution for a new car:

Restore an older car (or have it restored if you're not a wrench). Ground-up restos are spendy, true, but it's still far cheaper than purchasing a new car. And you get to pick the electronics, horsepower, drivetrain, brakes, suspension, wheels, safety equipment, interior, yadda, to suit yourself.

Works for me, anyway :-)

My fleet doesn't have a vehicle younger than 1972[0], and I'd have no issue driving any of them cross-country & back.

[0] With the exception of the Peterbilt, which is a whole 'nuther kettle o'worms.

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