Check up

Every year we need to take our car for a checkup, because without checkup we could be a danger on the roads. Yesterday I drove to the car-check area and that did a thorough investigation of our Ibiza. Afterwards we had to pay some money for a little sticker, and now were set for a year.

Well, set for a year, not really. I could move the car forward, but with a lot of problems. After the checkup it seemed like someone removed all the wheels and the engine died at every stop I made. I was able to reach our mechanic with a lot of trouble, having to listen to a good share of criticism being shouted towards me on the way. I think that during the test of the car they have shaken some part from its position (the last test involved a lot of shaking)

This afternoon I will hear the verdict. For me its the first time I went for a checkup of the car, got it checked OK, and left with a wreck and an absolute danger on the road.

1 thought on “Check up

  1. Het klinkt als een redelijke normale spaanse controle, als ik het zo lees tenminste. Controle met oogkleppen op, goedkeuren, stiekem iets losdraaien en daarna weer geld innen. Klinkt eigenlijk wel heel spaans. En dan ben je je auto weer ff kwijt….

    Ik had exact hetzelfde, doe een keuring, alles doet het goed. geen probleem, apktje helemaal goed, en dan een week later kapt ie ermee, moet ik een nieuwe benzinepomp hebben. Volgens mij schudden ze in Nederland ook te hard aan autos.

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