So I was driving on Preston Highway, Louisville Kentucky, and a guy pulled out from a business on this highway about 8-10 feet "im assuming" I pressed on the brake, my front tires locked up and I slammed into the back of him.
It took me about a week and a half to get all my parts ordered and revived. Once I got them together, I could not get AAA to tow my car to my uncles shop about 50 miles from my house, triple A said due to it being at my house, with body damage that they would not tow it. I had to go to a body shop to get everything put on. Little did I know that my "rebuilt title" when I bought the car was because of the shift on the sub frame in a crash before I had even bought the car.
I am not sure if the guy did not see me, or just wanted a new bumper. So far I owe 550 dollars in labor, and 700 in parts. I still have not done anything for the guy who pulled out in front of me. But guys please check your "surroundings" before pulling out onto a high-way maybe it is just us Kentucky people who have the logic of "I get rear ended I get moneyyy." I am now struggling over it, due to it being my fault with a job 7.25 an hour and going to school. But I got my car fixed, the subframe got pulled back into the spot where it was suppose to be, I am not accused of "burning my tires" by my mom, due to the car not being even and destroying my tires. That is one good thing. here is a few pictures of my car!
If you've got short, stubby fingers and wear reading glasses, any relaxation you would normally derive from fly fishing is completely eliminated when you try to tie on a fly. ~ Jack Ohman, Fear of Fly Fishing, 1988