Our expert says:
I'm not the person to give good advice about cars ( and of course I realise this is just a small part of your dilemma ) but there are ways to get an expert assessment of a car before buying it, which is not only a potential source of good advice, but places its actual condition on record.
O'm sure you are indeed Good People. The slime of this world oftenhave a special talent for sniffing out and exploiting good people.
Immediately STOP trying to help anyone else, especially your sister, as you cant afford to do so and don't owe them anything.
And both of you must stop looking over your shoulders at what the lousy mother is doing to spoil the greedy sister.
There's absolutely nothing wrong, either, with wanting a bit more, you both surely deserve it. But sadly one needs even more patience and the ability to pay off all one;'s debts, avoid fresh debt, and start making savings. Once one has a reserve put aside for emergencies, one can start to gradually afford some of the nice things you want, and they'll be all the sweeter when they come.
I very strongly disagree with Kate, whose unkind and obtuse response is most unpleasant.
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