It was the best I could find at the time that ticked all the ‘necessary’ boxes and most of the ‘desirables’ too. It even had a couple of ‘bonus’ boxes checked and dangling like carrots. From the cavernous boot that lets me carry mobility equipment without breaking my back, to the panoramic roof that will be so good for the passengers we take around on workshops, it seemed perfect. But, I loved my little old car and I was more than a little reluctant to say goodbye.
It was that reluctance that I blamed for the niggling unease I felt as I waited for the new wheels to be made ready. It had great service history… and it was having some work done before the sale was made. It was being serviced too and even the dealership had excellent reviews. I was just being daft… the old car was no…
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