Thanks but... I already have wheels
and they're paid for, could never make up the difference in fuel.
By the time we add adapters they would be heavier and less controllable on some of our typically bad roads.
Thanks for thinking of it though.
I am one of those guys who, I think, understands economy and conserving costs. It makes no sense for me to purchase a 20-30,000 economy vehicle. Can never make up the difference. My insurance is 300 a year. License is 24 a year. Personal property tax is 50 a year, It is based on the value of the vehicle here.
I have had my VW 2 years. It is getting over 50 mpg cost was less than 2000. I have put a new set of tires on it and a fan belt. It is going to be at least another 2 years before I can get even on it.