There is one thing about modern cars that is interesting. It’s that they have an onboard computer that keeps track of what can go wrong. If there is one thing that computers love to do, it is that they complicate everything. before cars had all the modern restrictions, the engines were pretty simple. Now, not so much. The premise is still the same, but so much more can go wrong.
Today, I’ll be finally getting the car in to have it checked on the computer to see if anything is malfunctioning to cause the drastic drop in gas milage. Will it be able to diagnose the problem properly? I don’t know. The place I go to for stuff, or at least recently for the AC is Salerno Air. They also do regular mechanic work and are very good at a reasonable price. They have offered to check the car on the computer to see if anything is up. Beyond that, I’m sure I’ll spend some time chatting about the possibilities of what could be up.
I’ll be roadtripping in a couple of weeks for my birthday and I want to make sure that I’m getting optimal gas milage.
Because I’m thinking about getting moved in more ways than one, I’m gonna roll with Move Me (part 2) by King’s X. How do I like them? Let me count the ways…
Thunderous bass, lush vocals, crazy but melodic guitar riffs, and drums that sing. It’s a powerful combination that all adds up to King’s X. A band that had and has major musician support because they are such amazing musicians, but never really got their just dessert when it came to consumer popularity.
Explore the world of King’s X, you won’t be disappointed. They truly rock.