Oh well, never mind.
The car is on thin ice at the moment. I paid $2,250 for it and I've already had to do about $2,000 worth of repairs. I know my brother has spent masses of money on his car (same make and model, different year) so depending on what the mechanic says today (it's been running rough over the weekend) I'll see if it is worth the effort of keeping it or getting another one.
The annoying thing is that all the mechanics I've taken it to all say "oh, it's in great condition, nothing wrong with it". And then a week later something else needs fixing.
Having said that, if I do go looking for yet another car, I'll be making a list and sticking to it this time:
- It must be a manual, preferably five speed.
- Ute is preferred, but sedan is cheaper and more useful.
- It must be old, so that I can do maintenance myself.
- It needs to have a towball on the back.
In other news, Hasoly has completed her required hours and now needs to go do the Hazards Perception Test and she'll have her license and be able to drive on her own.