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got car problem
I haven't post yet, but I got my car the other day.
I must thank to my parents for allowing me to possess it.
thanks.

Since my budget was kinda limited, I bought very old car. The total amount of mileage is over 110,000 miles. In Japan, they never sell cars over 9k miles, so I worried some. I was not hoping but I had to expect that my car had some defaults which I should repair during this 2 years.

But I never thought that came yesterday. It was much much much sooner than I expected.

Just 2 weeks after I bought that car, when I was driving, I heard some weird noise and it started jolting when I tried to stop at the light.(jolt is proper for using here?? shaking or chattering is better??)

I though I got a flat tire and also the battery was getting old.
So I had no alternative but to take my car to the repair shop, and one of mechanics figured out it was just a loose tire.

That meant the left front wheel didn't stick properly because of loose bolts. That have made some weird noise and bumpity feeling (is OK bumpily)when I stepped on the brake.

He told me I almost got a serious accident if I kept driving without fixing it, because a loose tire might cause a wheel to fall off. I got scared when I heard that, but anyway I was glad to go there without hesitation. What's a relief!!


I should be careful when I am driving. The experience I got today turned out to be a good lessen for safe driving.



Japanese
お大事に(ODAIJINI)

take care of yourself!
when people are sick, you can use this term for saying "take car of yourself"




weird
yesterday
repair(eなし!)
つづりの間違い。

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