It'll be ok if I drive the car one more time to school, it's only 5 minutes away.
Thanks man, you too!
Hey Joe! Hope you have a good day today.
Hmm. My car seems a bit hotter than usual but this should make it home.
This is Diego. He is a junior at his local high school, but there is a slight problem with his car, his radiator is broken. His mother told him the night before to wake her up to drive him to school, but he decides to drive the broken car.
Once he arrives to school the car seems a bit hotter than normal but continues into his school to start his classes.
I can't believe you didn't tell me about this!
Now that school's out Diego tries to start his car but soon realizes the car overheats when turned on. He puts a small bottle of radiator ant-leak fluid to try and fix it until he drives home.
On his drive home he realizes there is no fix as the leak would be too large and the car reaches the maximum temperature in less than a number. He drives for 30 seconds before turning off the engine due to the extreme overheating, dangerous smoke fills the car.
Oh no! How am I going to fix this now.
Upon his arrival home the car is burning hot, smoke coming through the a/c vents, and more important of all, a very upset mom.
Thankfully after a few days his mother is understanding and helps him figure out the problem with the car. Within a month a car is fixed and is driveable again.
Will do mom!
It's ok we all have scary situations, just let me know next time.