Photo #150: May 30
I still get a little shocked whenever I purchase shock absorbers as they look like guns! Anyway, I also bought a fan belt, front break pads, and a piece of engine support, all for our Altis. Tomorrow, it will be our Mazda’s turn for a tune-up/change oil session. Hoping that it won’t need any new parts other than spark plugs.
Photo #215: August 3
Opted not to work yet today, but it’s still back to adulting. Change oil + tune up for 323.
Photo #59: February 28
Scheduled only 2 classes today to complete 600 and also to wake up early & have our Altis registered at the LTO. It’s a miracle – STICKERS ARE AVAILABLE! Apparently, motorists won’t get 3 pieces anymore – just this one, which should be placed on the windshield. However, the new plates I paid for 2-3 years ago are still not available, and I don’t know if I’ll ever be getting them. *rolls eyes*
Photo #251: September 8
I was supposed to go to SM Taytay for a foodie meetup earlier, but I had to absent myself because of some car problems, plus I could not access an Uber nor Grab car. Aside from an old battery, our Mazda is really old, so I will have him checked by our trusted mechanic on another day. I don’t want to let go of that car because of its sentimental value: I learned how to drive in it!
Photo #212: July 31
A few days ago, I noticed that the handbrake of our 17-year old (well-maintained, mind you hehe) Madza 323 wasn’t working properly, so I took him to our suking Petron service station this morning (also for its regular change oil/tune-up session). I was so lucky to have parked in a not so awkward position because once I did, oh no, he wouldn’t move any more! Super just in the nick of time! While examining the back tires, I asked one of the mechanics, “Kuya, anong papalitan?” (What needs to be changed?) He kept saying something that sounded like “freak show” or “friction.” I Iaughed so loud when I bought the needed parts; he said “BRAKE SHOE”! 😀
Photo #123: May 3
Change oil & tune-up for our well-maintained, still in good condition, almost 16-year old Mazda 323. 🙂
Photo #66: March 7
Relieved that one car registration is done; annoyed that there are no stickers yet (again, LTO?!).