I've been thinking of living in a car because rent in my area is astronomical; I don't even want to pay it on principle. Sadly, "By the mere existence of his stomach everyone is condemned to participate in that chase" so I was thinking of living in a car.
However, while I don't need to lay down flat to sleep, it would be nice from time to time. Does anyone know anything about removing a seat and then replacing it with a board? (Possibly epoxied or otherwise mounted to the dash, depending on the model?
Also, because a brand new (modest) car with insurance is barely more than half the MINIMUM rent where I work, I was thinking of buying a new car. Would I be better served with a used car that has some warranty left on it, however?
I figure that since a company doesn't want to pay for a warranty, a car under warranty isn't likely to break - and I do NOT want to have to tow my house.
Or is probability such that even with an older car, the financial dice are in my favor? (That has not been my experience.)