Just buy and old car with cash ,,no loans,save as much cash as you can and start building up savings,when you became a journeyman and you want to open your own shop you'll have the money for a truck and the start up reserves,do everything you can to stay away from debt,make up a long term plan for yourself to become a financial winner in life,as an apprentice all you need is a car to get you to the shop,or the job site,when you get there work as hard as you can and strive to be the best , learn everything you can about the trade and the business ,,,,,,all that hard work will pay off big time in 5 to 10 years,when someone tells you "you'll never make it" Prove them wrong,,,,Good luck.:thumbsup:Motorcycle... I'm 19 and currently saving up for all my tools. I do have income coming in until I get taken on as an apprentice but would appreciate it if Its possible to continue riding until I have some money to drop for a truck
Save those kinds of comments for the "global warming truthers" who don't believe anything has changed.It's almost non existent anymore, last year we had snow for like a couple days. Could probably use my moms car on those days
It was amazing, esp during holiday times. Now when it snows around here it's like the equivalent to those months as it all comes down in one night in a huge storm where the next day you got snow 3 feet highSave those kinds of comments for the "global warming truthers" who don't believe anything has changed.
I remember southern ontario winters from my childhood.. it was damn cold from Halloween to Easter and there was snow on the ground almost the entire winter, and the lakes froze up SOLID for ice fishing and snowmobiling.
All that's gone.. but the usual suspects on here claim that just aint true. :blink: