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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

I had to take my car in for an oil change. Saturday my car was a quart low. I have not had the car a year and I have no intention of spending a fortune on oil. I talked to the service manager yesterday and he informed me that was normal. I think not Asked Hubby to look up on internet for anything on my car and the engine I have always done this on my cars and have an idea of what is normal and if anything is off and inherent to the auto.

I pulled into the Quick Lube lane and the service manager hurried out and informed the attendant he was taking care of this one. This is a 45 minute process and after 2 hours I went to see about my car. They had just finished it. I am thinking he was having something else checked or taken care off before I made a big deal out of it..

I told him previously that I paid enough for this car and I was not about to overlook anything that I felt was not right. I expected all to be corrected before my warranty expires.

After that I want to see about a computer for Hubby. We have been waiting for the one he selected to go on sale. We believe in getting the most up to date so they are expensive.. I was informed it had been on sale but not now. Told the guy I would pay blank dollars for so in so. He told me no way. I said to talk to the manager to see if he would accepted. Finally the other guy in the department told him to take my offer to the manager. I ended up paying 47 dollars more than my offer, but saved over 450 on the whole deal,

I put the new computer on the bed as Hubby always comes in from work and takes a nap. He walked in and was excited when he saw the nw computer. He said thank you., I replied, thats good because you are paying for it. He was really excited about it as his has been so bad and slow. it is old and does not run efficiently

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