I haven’t driven my car (a Chrysler pt cruiser) for months. I was going through a stage of not loving it and hating the idea of driving. It’s partly due to the trauma of having been rear ended 2 years ago. I’m getting over it. I’m not ready to give up driving yet. Now, if only I had some where to go. Darn quarantine anyway.
Describes my old girlfriend.
You let her get away?
Do you ever start the car to let the battery charge and get some oil moving around?
Yes, she wasn’t my dog. She had free will and left me.
No. The battery has been dead awhile and I haven’t been starting it up. It needs a new battery but I don’t see the reason to get it and watch it go dead waiting to be used.
@ThePickinSkunk has a point though. I always heard if you have a car that will be sitting for awhile it’s good to periodically start it up and let it run for several minutes. A least this was recommended for older cars, I don’t know about newer models.
Yah! Winter is coming anyways and if you have alternative transportation I wouldn’t worry about a battery then.
I just drive around town. A tank of gas lasts me a whole month. I’m a bad influence on the U.S. oil economy.
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