A long trip is better with cold AC

During summer break, my friends and I decided to go hiking in the mountains.

A few of my buddies were still at the college, and I was spending the summer at home.

We decided to meet in a location halfway between my house and the school. My friends and I were supposed to meet at 9 in the morning on Saturday, but they still had not arrived by lunchtime. I called Jay’s cell phone several times, but it went to voicemail. I didn’t bother trying to call Justin, because he never answers his phone. It’s always on silent and half of the time it’s in the glove box. When the guys finally arrived, they told me about they’re terrible drive that morning. Everything was fine when they left the campus, but the AC stopped working about halfway there. Since it was hot outside, the guys worried about the car overheating. They stopped at a car dealership to have someone look at the AC. The auto dealership mechanic tried to get them to spend $1,000 to fix the AC. When my friend refused to pay the bill, the guy tried to charge him $200 for the evaluation. The whole time they were in the car dealership, their phones were sitting in the front seat of the vehicle. We spent most of the afternoon discussing the awful service that my friends received from the car dealership, but we still managed to complete our hike before the sun set. The view from the top of the trail was absolutely amazing and it was worth waiting for my friends to arrive.


Air conditioning install