A lot of people ask me what kind of car I drive.
Well, I drive more than one. I have one for every day of the week.
But I hate showing you my cars without giving you a lesson about how I got them in the first place.
Because the last thing I want you to do is run out and buy cars like these today.
I’ll tell you why in a moment.
First, let’s talk about my Tuesday car.
My Tuesday car is a Ferrari 488 Spider.
This thing retails for about $350K.
It rides low. So, thankfully I’m in great shape – otherwise this thing would be rough to get in and out of.
Now, when I want stupid luxury, I use my Wednesday car…
Which is a Bentley.
Talk about riding in style.
This thing retails for $388K.
OK, I’ve got to come clean…
I’m pulling your leg.
Although I can afford these cars… and I do own nice vehicles…
I wouldn’t waste my money on a “Tuesday” car and a “Wednesday” car.
And you shouldn’t be focused on stuff like that, either.
How do you know when you’re ready for a luxury car?
Well, this is going to be hard for you to hear… But you’ll thank me later.
Before you run out and buy any luxury car, follow these 2 rules.
Cars like these really are a waste of money. So, never buy one until your passive income is greater than your active income – when you no longer need to work for money… because your money is working for you 24/7.
If you can’t buy the car with 1 week’s worth of passive income, don’t do it.
With these 2 rules, you know when you can really afford these luxuries.
It’s called getting your money right.
And I’m not asking you to do anything I wouldn’t do…
But, better yet, if you want to spend money on a vehicle… buy yourself a taco truck. At least that’s an investment and not a waste of dough.
Keeping it real,