haha, I couldn't resist. I admit your grammar is better then mine.IDK what you're talking about. My grammar is always perfect and I've never posted a typo.
Well we don't want to get rick rolled in every post but we put up with it.haha, I couldn't resist. I admit your grammar is better then mine.
I don't want to hijack this thread. I know I had issues of being corrected while back ago. But after a while I don't mind being corrected, I just don't want to see it in every post. I admit I do need help, but for some reasons I have issues accepting it.
Now back to to your local derail thread.
Thanks for letting everybody know where you're currently at. I'll call up the dealership and ask for your name on the loud speakers and hopefully they can announce "Koop, your boyfriend is on the phone."So I'm currently sitting in Al Hendrickson Toyota to get an oil change and a few other things. While here I found out I need like a grand worth of work on the thing. I guess it should have been expected when buying a 13 year old car. I'm putting $600 worth of work into it now and I'll do the rest at a later date. Gotta make sure the new/old girl will continue to function properly on my new weekly Disney trips. I'm putting like 500 miles per week on the her these days.
It wasn't much stressful for me, beside doing research for the right used dealership. I would love new, but I will have to wait a few more years.Good luck. New/used car shopping can be stressful but also really exciting and fun.
I hate paying those expensive lube & oil prices and I agree with you. Some people tell me, "Oh you should change your own oil." I try and explain to them, the similar things what meme said and they don't simply understand.I refuse to change the oil myself. I don't have a pit or a lift. Getting underneath a Miata on a jack is not my idea of fun. Plus I've known too many people on miata.net who were killed when their cars fell on them.