No waiting, No asking

Tamara Miller, a grandmother of 5, starts her day by dropping off her youngest grandchild at daycare. She takes the rest of her grandkids to her daughter’s house, before finally heading into work. Without a car that means paying a taxi for each stop she makes, which quickly becomes expensive.
“It’s frustrating not being able to just get in a car and do what you need to do,” said Tamara.She looks forward to the freedom of owning a car, “no waiting, no asking,” and plans to drive to the beach over the summer.