I got a car service at my house, but the first thing I wanted to do was to get the car service.
I had no idea how to start a car in DC, and there was no car service there, so I called up my wife’s car service agent, who was kind enough to tell me what to expect.
She told me that there was a car repair shop that used to be in the neighborhood and that the owner had a very large fleet of vintage cars.
She also mentioned that they were a few miles from my house so she would be happy to drive me there.
It was a long drive and the weather was terrible.
But she gave me a quick rundown on the schedule and the number of people they would need to call.
I took her on a tour and learned about the history of the place, the cars they used, and what to do if I needed to ask for an appointment.
She then took me to the garage and showed me how to install the headlights, brake lights, and taillights.
At this point, I figured that I could probably get a decent job doing auto work, but I wasn’t sure how long it would take.
After all, it would cost me $5 an hour, so there was nothing I could do about that.
I also learned that the car repair people in DC would pay me $7.50 an hour. I wasn