17 years old in need of future/money advice..?

Hi. I'm 17 years old in my first semester of community college. My goal is to eventually gain my masters degree. I currently have a job and have been work to save money for a car. I have earned up to $2,000 so far which I know is not quite enough for decent used car yet. However as I have started college I have

Hi. I'm 17 years old in my first semester of community college. My goal is to eventually gain my masters degree. I currently have a job and have been work to save money for a car. I have earned up to $2,000 so far which I know is not quite enough for decent used car yet. However as I have started college I have less time to work and therefore less money to save. I have been wondering if I should keep using my parents car for a few more years to save for a nicer car (which they will allow), get a cheaper car now to spend less on the car and be able to use more future saved money on college, or wait to see if I will end up transferring somewhere in a few years to dorms where I won't even need a car..

I want spend my saved money (even though it isn't much) wisely.. I need to make the best decision.. What do you think?

Best Answer:

Literal: Use your parent's car until you are out of college, if you can. It is like an interest free loan you never have to pay back. Continue to save: you don't know where you will get a job when you have your degree, it may be in another city. You need about $3,000 if you move to a new city just to get a place to live. You may not need a car, NYC and SF, Boston and DC are areas where renting a car if you need to go out of town is cheaper than maintaining a car. You have nice parents.

Other answer:

Literal:
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njyogibear:
At this point in your life, you should make college your number one priority. So many people don't get the opportunity to go to college. If that means no car at this point in your life, it might be a difficult decision but it's a smart trade-off.
SumDude:
Figure out how to live without a car. You will save a small fortune.
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