>>1963721>6L/100km or more than 39mpg
Twingo is based. I'm sorry you are being taxed so much on fuel tho.
One of the many reasons why I escaped to Burgerland. I still remember the feeling of fueling up a borrowed V8 tahoe for the first time. It felt like driving a living room full of recliners around, but the bill for a full tank came up to $35.
Anyhow, I did my poorfag trip 10 years ago,m using a hammock, mosquito net and a painters tarp, traveling by train/bus/boat. Which in hindsight was kinda retarded, but I was too cheap to buy a tent. Obviously this was done in summer.
You will still need to shower once in a while, and there aren't really good spots to camp in cities, car or not. Unless you are willing to cozy up with local junkies.
So plan on spending extra on hostels and camps. I was generally able to find an unused lot near nature stuff I wanted to see and stay a night or two there for free without anyone noticing.
They will probably notice a car left overnight tho.
I'd either budget for at least hostel stays if you will use transport, or get a nice tent and drive, stay in camps and visit cities with your car. I wouldn't recommend sleeping in the car for more than a night unless you can fold down seats completely and have a mattress of some sort. >>1964045>fix all the potential mechanical problems
You can't do that, you have to pick the most common failures
I had similar experience to yours and had to uber to harbor freight to get a hydraulic press, bearing pulled, parts stores(multiple) to get all the bearings, seals and diff oil as I really needed the car on the road by next morning.
But wheel bearings is not something you will replace just on a whim, nor will replacing them necessarily reduce the risk of this happening as you can always get a lemon, especially with parts store chinesium parts.
Some days you fuck the bear, some days the bear fucks you.
But checking all regular wear parts before a trip, and doing basic service, absolutely.