Just some information on it:
* Daily driver
* I bought this car in October of 2014, so it already had some age and wear on it.
* I am wanting to make this vehicle last me for several more years.
I am expecting to get a $1,500.00 bonus within the next week and plan to apply all of it toward car repairs. Nothing is necessarily "wrong, " but I'm sure if I took it to the dealership they would be claiming I need a list of repairs. Not looking to exactly go over $1,500.00, but I want my car to be dependable and avoid breaking down and then wish I had applied the $1,500.00 toward a down-payment.
Now that you have a little bit of information, I will cut to the chase of what I know what it may need:
Whenever I'm driving it is not exactly as smooth as when I first got it. I got a flat tire on the interstate a few months ago and the guy who came to my assistance said my wheel bearing was pretty bad rusted and probably needed replaced. I have been driving it since without replacing it and I have not had any problems, but I am concerned that this could be a safety issue later on. Should I get all the wheel bearings replaced at once?
Basically I would like to know how I should apply the $1,500.00 for repairs. I know it is hard to say on a vehicle you have not looked at, but what are must haves I should be looking at? Thank you in advance for your input!
have the same problem?
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 AT 4:44 PM