I still remember it, the day I first drove my pea green Chrysler Cirrus. It was the ugliest, clunkiest used car, but it was mine and I felt so lucky to have MY OWN means of transportation!
The first ten people to share the story of their first (or favorite) car and/or a picture will get a USAA bumper sticker!
It was 1990 and my first baby was a beautiful black 1984 Pontiac Fiero SE. Sure in look back it wasn’t fast at all and the 4 speed was a little funky, but darn it! It was my little stealth fighter and fun to drive!
My first car was a 1966 Impala. My grandmother owned it. I used it in college to get a BBA and MBA. Then I joined the Air Force and have insured all my cars with USAA. That started in 1985. Then USAA changed.
So instead of enjoying my driving thinking that if I had to make a claim I would not have to fight through about 10 phone prompts and then talk to someone who does not know their job, just like every other insurance company, I am looking for another insurance company who does not soak people like me who never make claims and pay their bills on time.
My first car was a 1986 4-door Mercury Lynx. I was 15 and had to learn how to drive a manual, but I loved it. I bought it for $500 dollars with my own money and I was so proud of myself. I actually prefer manuals ever since and wish my car was a manual. It had some problems so I finally got rid of it. My next car was a 1982 Volvo 240 DL 2-door. I love old cars lol. That Volvo was a good car though and ran 36+ years and was still running when I got rid of it, I now have a 2008 Honda accord LX v6 and would like to get a classic car and fix it up someday. Thanks for reading my story about my first car plus two more haha.
There is nothing in this world thst would possess me to put a USAA bumper sticker on my car. USAA takes advantage of a technicality to make military members believe they are members of a bank. After 24 years with USAA I have Liberty Mutual and could not be happier. I have ONE person who I speak to and the longest it has taken to get a response is one hour. Life is better and less stressful away from USAA.
Little white boxy 62 Chevy II. Bought for $650 used, in 1969. Unfortunately, my new bride (that same year) needed something more deserving, so we traded it in for a new 1969 Camaro...which we just recently resto-modded...