My mother is 85, I am 63. We are on fixed incomes and need each other. Our 2002 Caravan had served us well, but recently
the air went out, the brakes began going quite low, which I was working on to try and fix, but a week ago the steering column jammed so I cannot drive. It is so crippling. My mother has many pending doctor appointments, and due to me having fibromyalgia and ulcerated legs, so do I now. She must be warm, cool when needed and safe. It is needed if she has to go for hospital procedures as well .She has always helped us, and now I need to help her in return. When my husband died leaving nothing, my folks helped me so that my children could finish school. When my granddaughter had cancer, she helped my son. He was between jobs and divorce and needed a new start. Financially for us now, it might as well be a million dollar car as any to buy. This is truly a matter of everyday survival. I appreciate being considered.