* Money out of your account in order to buy tires and a new dryer. I guess with the 70k mi. milestone under my belt it’s only fair that I buy a couple of new tires. Oh, and the dryer stopped spinning and making wet clothes dry last night.
It’s now official. Dryers are cheaper to replace than fix. If you have ever run out of ink in your printer, you know what I’m talking about. Just like printer cartridges cost $35 each (B/W & Color) and you can buy a new printer (with included ink) for $50 or 60. Likewise, you can buy a new dryer for $200 instead of sticking in $397 in parts to fix the stupid one you got.