Driving allows me to depend on the flexibility when I don't have any other income
During this pandemic, if it wasn't for DoorDash and Postmates, I would be homeless. Being a single mother and raising a 2 year old boy has its challenges on its own. But during the pandemic, I've worked 8 jobs that were not promising hours and didn't last more than 2 weeks. Every month I have to worry how am I going to pay rent and feed my son. Driving allows me to depend on the flexibility when I don't have any other income coming in and don't have enough to pay for bills, rent, food, and major essentials...I depend on it so much! Not having a stable job is hard enough already. If I lose the flexibility to drive whenever I can and how long I NEED in order to meet my daily and monthly goals, me and my son will not have somewhere to call home. I don't know where my life would be if it wasn't for driving. It's a necessity and more dire than to most people for me and my son.
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