My 19-year-old son just finished his first year of college, and I gave him my '07 Prius under the conditions that he 1. Finish with a 3.0 or better GPA 2. Have some type of job/volunteering this summer at least 30 hours a week 3. Get his old junk car out of our driveway He accomplished 1 and 3, and for #2, he showed me all the jobs he applied for online and showed me 2 emails from employers who were interested in him, and said if they didn't pan out, he would take a delivery job at Jimmy Johns or a pizza place. I went ahead and gave him the car, and told him to register it in his name and get insurance before he took it from our driveway. He registered it, and when he came to our house yesterday, my wife asked him how much the insurance was... he said he never got insurance... and when I asked why, he said he didn't want to spend the money for it until he got back from his camping trip (he's now gone for 2 weeks, the Prius is in our driveway)... I gave him an angry lecture about the risks he was taking by driving with no insurance.. and said he had to show me physical proof of insurance before he could take the car. My wife disagrees... she says I should take the car back, because he's shown he's not mature enough to have a car if he's voluntarily taking that kind of a risk. She has a good point, but I'm wondering if he will be able get a job this summer without a car. I'm sure there are other options out there besides taking back the car, but right now I don't know the best way to handle this. Any advice is greatly appreciated.