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My Red Babe At Car Clinic

FOR THREE CONSECUTIVE DAYS, I have to go to the car clinic....
Wednesday, did servicing on my car and that cost around RM150...
Thursday, servicing on my girl's car and that doubled the amount RM313 for a small car...
Friday, took my car again for repair this time... fixed front and back brakes and that cost RM220.. and that summed up to nearly RM700....

For the first time in history this morning, I left the car with the mechanic and walked few doors away to have breakfast alone.  One hour later, my car was still not ready... so I sat there and waited for another hour or more before my red babe is given the green light to go....

Front and back brakes needed to be replaced.....
Front is RM95 and back is RM65
Workmanship is RM60
He has a faithful helper around him each day so I am told....
Not one by two..... 
They come each day to "help" the boss around 11am...
And after lunch, they will leave... 
I put up this post for self-reminder and information....
My car is around 11 years old... 
this is the second time the brakes are changed as far as I can remember... 
Other than the brakes, my car is still in good condition...
That is a relief to hear.....


Comments

  1. Lol! The faithful helper seems to like your sandal! You have taken good care of your car to keep it in tip top condition.

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  2. I like the two faithful helper... hehe...

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  3. good that you take good care of your cars.

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    1. Lone driver so should be ok.. but every now and then must maintain.

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  4. It is important to take good care of your car. Especially more than 10 years old.

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  5. It's good that you send your cars for regular checks. Women drivers like us need to ensure our cars are in tip top condition, otherwise we'll be really helpless when the car breaks down somewhere.

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  6. The two faithful helpers are so cute, soulmates indeed

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    1. I mean they are good soulmate for the human, hee hee

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  7. Your car looks a bit like ours, Claire. I can't imagine how some people can afford more than one car.

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  8. Never mind how much, can't place the price on one's safety! Always make sure your cars are in tip top shape. Drive safe!

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  9. Your sports car is it? hee..hee..

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