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Old 02-11-2020, 05:15 AM #16
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Man, I'm so sorry about your car. This is certainly an unpleasant experience, I honestly know for myself. I have repeatedly found myself in the same situation, unfortunately, and mechanics were always trying to cheat asking for more than $3,000 for repairs. To be clearly understood, this is not because I am a shitty driver, I just often participate in races, so I know what a broken car is...) Well, there are two ways to escape from the situation as I think. You can try to find a good mechanic who will do everything as it should be repaired and will not ask to pay him a fortune or you can simply sell the car and get for it perhaps the same price for which you bought it. That's it, you can just buy a new one with the proceeds. I have already done this 2 times with a vehicle removal service. The guys are really very good and pay a lot, visit site.

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Man, I'm so sorry about your car. This is certainly an unpleasant experience, I honestly know for myself. I have repeatedly found myself in the same situation, unfortunately, and mechanics were always trying to cheat asking for more than $3,000 for repairs. To be clearly understood, this is not because I am a shitty driver, I just often participate in races, so I know what a broken car is...) Well, there are two ways to escape from the situation as I think. You can try to find a good mechanic who will do everything as it should be repaired and will not ask to pay him a fortune or you can simply sell the car and get for it perhaps the same price for which you bought it. That's it, you can just buy a new one with the proceeds. I have already done this 2 times with a vehicle removal service. The guys are really very good and pay a lot, visit site.
My friend was just looking for this information. Thanks
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