I have an old Ford F150. It's not my daily driver. I use it as a utility vehicle, when I need a truck. It moves quite a bit during the warm months, but not so much during the cold months, and today I realized that I haven't moved it in several months.
Of course, the battery was dead as a hammer, but that battery is not yet one year old, so I hooked up the charger while I checked all the fluid levels.
It fired right up, which is what a truck is supposed to do. People ask me why I keep it. And, the truth is I need a truck sometimes, but I don't need a truck every day. I do need to remind myself to give it a little loving once in a while, to keep the battery charged and the seals lubricated.
It's served me well for nearly a quarter-million miles, and I don't see any reason to sell it.