William Preston, a 13-year-old from Nevada, bought a car for his single mom, Krystal Preston, with the money he got from selling his Xbox and working part-time. One of three kids, the teenager noticed his mother struggling to make ends meet and provide for William and his two younger brothers.
Concluding that managing work would be easy for his mother if she owned a car, William decided to buy her one. Coming across a woman on Facebook selling her car for cheap, William reached out to her, asking her whether she would trade her car for his Xbox, along with some money that he had earned from odd jobs in his neighbourhood.
Initially hesitant, the woman finally agreed, accepting the offer and drove the car down to William’s home.
Moved beyond words at her son’s gesture, Krystal took to Facebook, writing, “I am speechless. My 13-year-old son bought me a car.”
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How many teenagers can say they bought a car for their parent? What a remarkable 13-year-old!