Our expert says:
What do you mean by him wanting to do "all these things" that require travelling ? If "these things" are to earn money or seek a better paying job, it might be worth helping with the expense, with the understanding that he will p[ay yopu back as soon as he can. If they are frivolous ( and partying, visiting pals, going clubbing or drinking or watching sport ARE frivolous ) then you should refuse to pay the costs and remind him that if he can't afford them, he can't go.
If he asks, early or late, top go in your car, just say NO - O|I can't afford that extra petrol". Stop being a walkover, or have "Welcome" tattoed on your chest, like door-mat.
He has no right to be "tight about" HIS money, and loose about yours, so don't feel embarrassed about making it clear that you can't aford such luxuries.
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