Our expert says:
Of course, if he truly and sensibly cared about his kids, he should both want to treat all the kids the same, and to prevent them from becoming spoiled, and to ensure that they learn respect and manners.
YOu should refuse to lend your car to the boy, because without a drivers license he could be arrested for driving at all, and you might even suffer penalties too, so far as I know. He an't blame you for not wanting to break the law, surely --- and wouldn't this policy of not lending him the car encourage the silly boy to get his license ?
And younger children deserve more attention and consideration, relevant to their ages. By 21 and 18 his brood ought to be planning to move out on their own.
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