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By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  35

Wait, you only paid $50 for a full tank of gas AND new fog lights? And you're complaining why?... My 2006 car requires a headlight that costs $30 just for that... it costs another $30 to completely fill the tank. That's just how it is; pretty standard cost it seems, although I'm surprised a set of fog lights seems to cost less than one regular headlight.

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By  slym12312425  |  8

first off, did not mean to do the smiley was aiming for the mortified face and bumped it by accident.
second, transmissions die, which really sucks. I'd say look into what you could get for your car as either a trade in or at scrap value, since it's probably pretty old and get a new one (to you at least).

By  Rodville  |  27

I learned a really long time ago (like 30 years long time ago) that you never fill the tank on a car without a warranty. If you do something is bound to break. Has happened to me every time. I always go 3/4 full and no more.

By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  35

Wait, you only paid $50 for a full tank of gas AND new fog lights? And you're complaining why?... My 2006 car requires a headlight that costs $30 just for that... it costs another $30 to completely fill the tank. That's just how it is; pretty standard cost it seems, although I'm surprised a set of fog lights seems to cost less than one regular headlight.