I do not know what studded tires are and I forgot that larger tires will make you seem slower and go farther than you really are. Our car is stock and it is used (1995).
At this point my job should rake in about 6k by the end of the year, subtract school related fees and I should have 2500 for the car. obviously I can't get a used one unless I don't mind getting more miles than my mom's car and all the happy stuff that goes with it
. she's thinking of giving it to me and get herself a loan for a newer one.
That means I may have to have this fixed. The tires are as old as the car, the rims look like there is this silver-colored fabric on them that is torn and its so dirty i cant clean it, i may need the engine tuned, i know I may soon have to replace timing belt at the 120k mile mark and worst of all, the lavender paint is fading. Personally; the tires, rims, and engine tuning are important now. 27 MPG but it has a problem with hills, like small community hills, it wont accelerate. i kinda think better tires mean better traction and therefore give me the impression of better movement up the hill, i donno. Maybe change shocks and/or brake pads or whatever later -- as you can see i would make changes but i am sure it goes past the budget.
i know i am an aggresive driver, i brake late and gas up like i'm in a race at green, but i'm not in a high performance car, (it's a 4-door POS
) so it looks ridiculous to get passed up at 40 miles per hour!
i want better stuff for this car but i don't know a ga'damn thing 'bout cars.
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