Deborah Caldwell

Farmingdale, ME, United States

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Deborah Caldwell
Posted almost 2 years ago
Robin Chase: Excuse me, may I rent your car?
Oh, but SURPRISE, Christopher. I do have another option. It is called BUZZ, a new program for people who wish to purchase a car, but who cannot afford to keep a car without a friend or two to share proper insurance plans and the expenses. Fortunately for me, I have many friends who would like to share. Most of them are in my age group. It is difficult for me to find a paying job, as i am 72 years old. I live in Hallowell, Maine, which is a city of 2,800 people. It is the smallest city in Maine. Of course, as you probably know, the word 'city' refers to the form of government, and not to the size of the place or its population. Isn't it remarkable that your surname is so similar to the family name of the people who founded this town? Perhaps you have heard of us.
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Deborah Caldwell
Posted almost 2 years ago
Robin Chase: Excuse me, may I rent your car?
Perhaps you could think of this as an activity where three people buy a car together. Try to consider the thought that there might be three people who do not own a car, because they cannot afford to buy and keep up a car by themselves. Sharing the purchase and the upkeep of a vehicle will work for hundreds and thousands of people. What a relief. Having a vehicle to use for ten days a month would solve my transportation problems for thirty days a month.
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Deborah Caldwell
Posted almost 2 years ago
Robin Chase: Excuse me, may I rent your car?
If I could be a participant in this endeavor, i would volunteer enormous amounts of time to help to make it work. I have been asking everyone i know to share with me, as i have not been able to afford a vehicle now for more than two years. I looked into the FISH model of sharing, but that demands that the owner is the driver. I have finally found a neighbor who shares with me quite a bit, and i help with the upkeep/maintenance, but the vehicle is still HIS, not mine. I have it for a week this month, and had it for a week in July, as he was out of town. However, two weeks a year is not enough. One week or ten days a month would be such a relief. I am full of joy and hope because of this wonderful activity on Robin Chase's part.
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Deborah Caldwell
Posted almost 2 years ago
Robin Chase: Excuse me, may I rent your car?
I guess, Brandon, that you did not listen to this talk. "Hours and hours of sitting with insurers" are some of her words. This is a business model that i have been researching for two years now, and i am thrilled that Robin Chase has succeeded in "consistency" that works fabulously. How sad that you are so very full of fear for your every day living habits. My goodness.