Would you give up driving forever for $2 million? (UserQ)
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I could pay someone to drive me, or I cold fly
Agree with mollyk
I could use some of my money to hire a full time chauffeur :)
Provided my husband could still drive!
Couldn't do it, and 2 million over a lifetime isn't much at all.
I said yes but I forgot that I am currently living in a small town with no bus system or taxi services so if you don't have a car you can't go anywhere now if I was in a place like Atlanta that had a bus system then hell ya I would give up driving for 2 million
I could hire a driver
Driving is one of my favorite things to do.. I couldn't imagine life without it. I also couldn't pass up 2 million dollars to build a strong foundation for my family. I would sacrifice driving for my son and future children, no matter how much it sucked!
Sure. I hardly ever drive anyway. Problem with my spine makes it difficult so hubby drives or I pay someone to take me. The $$$ would just be a plus for what I already do anyway.
No. Driving is freedom. I would no sooner give up driving than I would give up my liberty. I can make more than $2M given time, hard work, and opportunity.
I dont like driving anyways.
Not enough money! It's to far and to hot to walk or ride a bicycle here.
2 billion yes, 2 million no way
I would ride my Segway everywhere :P
With taxes you would only end up get in like 1 million and how would you spend that money during summer? how would you mail things if in my case the post office is 5 miles away?
Hell yeah I could hire a chauffe
$2 million is definitely not enough to get me to stop driving. I live too far away from everything to stop driving for only $2 million.
Considering I've been driving for less than six months, and there really isn't much public transportation where I live, definitely not. Maybe by the time I move up to Boston I would consider it. But definitely not now.
Where do i sign?
Definitely. I can take public transportation or catch rides with family and friends.
2 mil isn't enough; maybe 10 and I would buy a scooter or a motorcycle
You can't afford the alternatives for the rest of your life on a measly $2million.
You could hire a taxi everywhere
I'd need a little more that 2 mil
Depends. Like some of these other comments, I would buy cars but I wouldn't be allowed to drive them! That would suck. The only loophole is that I know how to ride motorcycles, so I'd buy a couple of those, then hire a chauffeur to drive me around everywhere in my cars! Lol
One of the things that I'd buy with $2 million would be cars, and there's no point of buying a new car if you can't drive it.
I'd do it except think about all the cool cars of the future you'd miss out on driving.
What's the point in getting $2m if you can't buy a fun car?
Only if I didn't have to pay taxes on the money...
Easy! I don't drive anyway so $2 million would give me enough to hire a driver.
I would first see what it would be like to drive first
I'd just pay someone to drive me; I hate driving anyway.
I hate driving anyway, and there's plenty of alternatives (especially when you have a lot of money).
Yes. I live walking or biking distance to nearly everything I need and when I don't I'll get a taxi or have my husband drive. I put less then 2000 miles on my car per year anyhow so it would be easy to give up.
I ride my horse more than I drive my truck. Easy to stop driving for 2 mil, but Gomer's (my horse) air conditioning isn't that great in the summer, and his heater only keeps my legs warm.
$2 million is as much money as everyone seems to think. I'd need more than that to live the rest of my life without driving
I could survive on $2 mill for the rest of my life. Live off the interest. No need to work.
Sure, I can hire a limo driver to drive me everywhere because I have $2 million
I don't like to drive.
Just hire a driver!
I would get an apartment on a cruse ship. No need to drive there ;)
And if you have to be staff to pull it off I would work in the kitchen.
I would rather not drive anyway. Please someone give me the 2 million.
id sacrifice driving for the 2 mil, so my family could have a better life
I don't like driving as it is. $2 mil is enough.
Oh, read that wrong. Thought it said 32 million... No, 2 mill isn't enough
I don't drive, so yes. $2 million buys a lot of bicycles and train tickets.