I ruined my first car, but it was a valuable lesson

I remember back when I got my first car.

  • I saved up my currency over the years and my parents provided me a little extra so I could go for something nice.

I ended up getting a pretty nice car, but soon the A/C plan quit working. I didn’t feel what the problem was but blessedly, my father helped me out. He helped me to get a refrigerant refill kit that you can hook up to the compressor to refill the refrigerant levels to full. Once I was able to get that done, the A/C plan was working good after that. I loved just going for drives with my buddies and I loved the freedom that my car provided me. I didn’t have to ask people for rides anymore and hastily I was the a single giving other people rides. It was awesome just cranking the A/C while driving locales too, I constantly felt comfortable even on the hottest of mornings! Well, eventually a single day when I was driving and singing along to the tunes on the beatbox, hastily my car broke down! Unblessedly, it was the most foolish thing I could have done, I didn’t change my oil. My father even reminded me to do that a few times, although I must have not realized how urgent the situation was. I kept on driving, never bothering to go to the locale for a $20 oil change. If I would have only done that, I could have saved my car, but instead I let the engine lock up and then both of us was hastily without my own wheels. I was back to getting rides to locales again and I didn’t have my car with my own climate control system. Needless to say, I took much better care of my next car when I was able to save enough currency for another ride.


Heating and cooling equipment