Dating man with no car
Don't let yourself be used. You need to make sure you wouldn't be the only one making all the effort in the relationship.
There's nothing wrong with sitting on the couch and watching sports. I currently live in a city where there is hardly any public transportation so it's unlikely I would want to be solely responsible for us going places or being able to see one another. Public transport is crap.
It sounds like he can't afford a car or he doesn't need one. But I believe that while I created one way or another the situation I am in , I am also going to change it by hopefully reopening my business next year after 3 years and come out better for it. It's the only "bad" thing about the relationship, and I can never imagine breaking up with someone because they don't have a car. I guess what I don't understand is, do you only date people with exactly the same strengths and weaknesses as you? Your location matters a lot too. I can't drive - I've got a neuro problem that means I'm unsafe to do emergency stops, so am "medically unfit". You say yourself you are happy enough and were not looking for any relationship.
Maybe he is a victim of the economy and can't get a job. He says that he feels bad for having to pick him up probably because if he has to go somewhere other than where you two had planned out. If he is not willing, maybe you should move on If he isn't a student, he is a bum. Fun is important, but picking someone up all the time sucks.
Dating Dudes Without Cars
Ditto the no car is very different from no license. If I lived in a major city with decent public transportation then I don't think it would be an issue. I live in Central America, public transport is very dangerous but I don't mind taking the cab or meeting somewhere, I don't want a girl to drive me around. Your boss doesn …. I can drive, I just haven't gotten my license because I don't own a car, I should get it tho.
Edward_Vatikan - 24.06.2017 in 04:12
It would be a bit of a turnoff, because I don't drive and do like having an SO who can, but it wouldn't be a complete dealbreaker. These men will only become more rigid over time.
HITMAN - 03.07.2017 in 10:52
The guy sounds like he has no drive, ambition or motivation to do anything but sponge off someone else. I've been with a man for thirteen years who's only worked for only six months.
Redfil_Price - 08.07.2017 in 08:48
Well, you should probably save up for a car instead of relying on other people, but that doesn't necessarily mean you shouldn't date.