I apologize for bringing this issue to you, but I have a complaint that I must discuss.
Please understand I am a very busy person, and I have a lot going on right now. I am getting a new job, I just wrapped up producing a big party at a film festival, I was up to my ears in models and lighting issues and hairstylists and makeup artists and the list goes on. I haven't slept more than 4 hours a night in weeks, and needless to say my complexion is a disaster from the bad food I'm eating and all this stress.
So yesterday, in a haze of weariness, I went to the gas station to fill my Toyota Celica. I put the nozzle in the tank, I pulled the trigger, I grumbled at the sky-high prices. And as I pulled away from the station....kaput. My car died.
Now I'm sure I don't need to tell you what this did to my nerves. Pulling over on the side of the highway, with cars zooming by as I dialed through my phone to find a friend
who wasn't high in the middle of the day who owns a car to come to my rescue, was just too much to bear. And after paying $80 for the tow truck (why didn't I renew AAA membership?!?) to bring the car to the garage, as well as paying for the diagnostic test, it has been a considerable expense.
So the next time you build a car, please do the world a favor: make it compatible with both gas and diesel. Because sometimes when people are in a hurry, they may grab the diesel spigot and put that in their car by accident. And it's not their fault.
It certainly wasn't mine.
Thank you for your attention to this matter. Have a great day.