I drive a 2011 Honda PCX125 scooter as my primary mode of transportation. Here’s why I love it even more than my Harley Davidson or any other motorcycle.
1. No warm up time.
2. Easier to park and maneuver.
3. Lots of storage under seat.
5. No smelling like gas and exhaust.
I also talk about how I deal with safety and weather issues. Is a scooter a viable alternative to a car? Let me know in the comments!
How do you decide if something is a once in a lifetime opportunity, or too good to be true? In the past 10 years, I’ve had plenty of experience with both.
When it comes down to it I think once in a lifetime opportunities are exclusive to you, and the value of it should not have to be “sold” to you.
What do you think? When has something turned out to be to good to be true in your life?
There’s only a handful of DIY projects I don’t like doing. Drywall finishing, window tint, and carpet installation. But I’ll still do them to save some money. After today, I’m never going to attempt one particular project again. Tire installation.
I ruined my scooter rim this morning because I didn’t want to pay the 20 bucks to have my new tire mounted by the professionals.
From now on I’ll be buying my tires online and taking the rims and tires to a professional to be mounted.
Here is a tour of our house. We show just a few of the ways we’re able to save 75% of our income every month.
The biggest budget items for most people are:
We keep costs down by living simply in a small house, saving cash for our car, and limiting our restaurant eating to $50/mo.
Also be sure to DIY everything, buy used, and cut your energy costs as much as possible (gas for the car and electricity at home).