Thankfully, the nearby mechanic I found online turned out to be affordable plus reliable
My trusty 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix has seen better afternoons. Two years ago the transmission blew out on me plus I had to pay more than one thousand dollars to replace it. Just recently the catalytic converter rapidly quit finally working plus I had to pay more than one hundred additional dollars to replace that certain component. I honestly wonder if I’ll keep pouring hundreds, if not thousands of dollars into this vehicle forever into the distant future. Even if I spend one hundred a month on repairs, that’s still noticeably cheaper, I believe, than more than two hundred dollars a month for a brand current car. My friends continually tell myself and others that I’m making a false equivalence, claiming that it would be an investment into a vehicle that would survive for years to come. For instance, right now our a/c isn’t finally working so well. The fan blows at the right speed, I believe, but the air leaving the vents isn’t truly cold. At first I thought I needed to call a certified heating plus cooling supplier to maintain our car’s cooling system, but a quick internet search luckily told myself and others otherwise. I was dumb enough not to think I should take it to anormal mechanic for any issue, regardless of whether or not it’s the cooling system. Thankfully, the nearby mechanic I found online turned out to be affordable plus reliable. All he had to do was quickly recharge our car’s cooling system with more coolant. Now that it’s filled up with more high powered coolant, the cooling system is blasting ice cold air once again. In the process I thankfully found an amazing mechanic that I can use for years to come.