So, we are FINALLY in possession of our new SUV. And by new, I mean new to us. It’s a 2003 with over 80k miles on it, so it’s definitely not “new” by any other standards.
Although I don’t drive much, and this is just the weekend/family car- i’m always concerned about vehicle repairs. Since our SUV is an older car, it didn’t come with a warranty- and i’m pretty sure the manufacturer’s warranty has run out.
So what to do? Prepare yourself for anything that may go wrong and find the cheapest & best ways to repair it if anything were to break.
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