Caleb: I have to take my car to the mechanic.
Kate: Again? What's wrong now?
Caleb: I haven't the slightest idea. Growing up, instead of gleaning all the knowledge my stepfather tried to pass to me about car stuff, I wasted time playing video games.
Kate: Yeah. Sweet sixteen felt like pure, unadulterated freedom at first. You get a car. You can drive. Go anywhere you want. Until it breaks down. Everyone prepares you for the privilege part of having a car, but nothing in the responsibility part.