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Nurses show your personality, what kind of car do you drive?

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93 Buick Century never had a problem ever-has 170k on it and it was used when I got it in 95

96 Ford Aerostar. pretty good use as an all purpose pick-up, dog carrier, camper etc.

Hub has a 98 F 150

Son has a 2007 Altima

Dtr has a 96 Lumina.

Can you guess the Son is the one with the $$$.

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1986 Volvo 240 wagon - love it, it is like a tank. Plus my dad has a junk yard full of the parts when needed.

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03 kia sedona

02 nissan frontier

but i pretend that they are ferrarias[sp]

dale, the po folk

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Aw come on guys - where are the Subaru owners?? Currently, I drive a 2005 Subaru Outback - has 41,000 miles on it and I've had it 18 months. However, I go thru $100 worth of gas a week at $3.45/gallon. Here in central IL, we are home to some of the highest gas prices in the nation!

However, has anyone owned a Toyota Highlander Hybrid? I was looking at one of those yesterday.

I LOVE my Subaru. It's a couple of years older than yours, but it drives like a dream through rain and snow. I only spend about 25.00 a week in gas, though--but I'm close enough to where I need to go that most days I can walk/ride my bike. Thank goodness--gas is way too expensive :eek:

I thought there would be more of us, too ;)

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I love my 2005 Toyota Matrix, my dh has a Toyota Tacoma truck, and dd has a Toyota Yarus......my mother and sister also own toyotas....What can I say.....we love Toyota and my nephew sells them.....lol

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'04 Kia Rio...it got me through nsg school & since I knew I'd be going back to school within a year I kept it. LOL can't beat $158 mo car payments!!! However, after I graduate this next time it WILL BE A MUSTANG!!!!!

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'98 Ford Contour my dad helped me buy in college. It's been a good car, but I am SO ready for an upgrade. My choice of car after I graduate has yet to be finalized. I wanted a Honda CR-V until gas prices went up, I'm considering a subaru for the AWD, or maybe a Honda Accord or Toyota sedan for the reliability.

My boyfriend says if I'm that concerned about gas prices, I should get a motorcycle. :)

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Most days my ds's 95 Ford Ranger with 51,000 original miles because my ds wants to drive my Durango. With the price of gas I'm not complaining.

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2002 toyota tundra...green. love it! i'm partial to toyotas and hondas. i bought it new, and it has been my baby. of course, then they came out with the full-size back seat, and now the full-size truck! that will be my next desire...but, i might settle for a tacoma with the full size back seat. not going to happen soon though, as i have it paid off, and it only has about 70,000 mi on it...

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I just got a brand new Toyota Tundra with the works ... Blue Tooth technology so I can talk on the cell with no phone or head set ... GPS ... four disc CD player, satellite radio, MP3 player hook up, precise temp control, etc.

But I'm not sure it totally reflects my personality ... I really got it for safety. Sure, I'd love to save on gas but, I do have a long commute (hence all the entertainment devices) and with all of the lunatic drivers out there ... especially big rig truck drivers ... anything else wouldn't be safe, IMHO.

My Tundra also has side air bags just in case one of those big rigs T bones me. I just can't drive one of those tiny cars that I see squashed on the freeway every time there's a bad accident. I figured what I'd save in gas money wouldn't matter much if I ended up dead.

:typing

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