My car's inspection was rejected and it'd take at least 1k to fix and even then was sure to break down again, so I decided to scrap it. Was my first car, so kinda woe over it being gone. RIP Domi. Fyi, its name was Dominique, as in Demona from Gargoyle's human name, lol. Was a '97 Pontiac Sunfire. Got it in 2006, came with 140k miles already on it and a CD player that never worked, but *sigh*

Now to begin the unpleasant task of figuring out my transportation situation. I mean, I bike to work and there's several strip malls in a 3-4 mile radius of my house, so it's not exactly like I'm completely stuck. Yet, anything outside that radius(movie theaters, library, clubs, most people I know's homes, clothing stores I actually like, grocery store that actually carries a lot of what I need, and so on...) is at least 12 miles away. Not the worst distance, but still... this area doesn't lend itself well to the vehicleless. Never mind that I'm supposed to visit my sister, a five hour drive, this weekend.

That said, cars are fucking expensive and I'm really not looking forward to draining my moving funds on this. Blah.
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From: [identity profile] copper-season.livejournal.com


R.I.P. Domi.

It sucks having to look for a new car. I hate it so much. I wonder if I hate moving more or shopping for a damn car. Gah! I hope you find something you can afford and won't break your bank account. It sucks when you live in an area that you need a vehicle (same thing where I live). It's such a pain in the ass.
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From: [identity profile] gargoylekitty.livejournal.com


Ngl, I dream of living somewhere that I don't have to rely on a car.
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