Buy Me A Car Analysis

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I have many reasons supporting why I feel that you should buy me a car. It will be very helpful to you. I’m responsible at taking care of things and draw what I am suppose to do. I will make sure I will have gas money and try not to get into many accidents. One example why you should buy me a car is because when it’s time during college you don’t have to up and at 'em and take me there. I will drive myself to college. Another example is when I must go somewhere I can drive me and my friends to the movies and the mall.

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