Never realized how impactful it was to my psyche to not have a truck. Traded my nightmare of an 18' F150 off last weekend. Put the wife/future baby mama into a brand new Civic to save gas/keep the future baby safe. I decided to take her old car, a 2012 Elantra Limited, and drive it. It's paid for. Gets over 2x the mileage of the truck, and cut down on our monthly costs immensely (civic vs F150 payment, gas, insurance, etc). Simple savings at 40 in gas vs 150-200 (we drove the truck a lot on the weekends and out of town) a month. The only issue is adjusting to life with a house/car hobby and no truck. I've done it once before (FoST and Cobra), but it will take some time. Just curious who does the same, and how they overcame it when a truck was absolutely required. I can borrow friends/families trucks, but I don't want to assume anything either.