I was 18 when I decided to attend the auto program at the Norwood campus. I tried to relocate but my car died.
So took my losses and spent my entire savings within the first three weeks. Moved back home got a new set of wheels. Now beginning to realize that I was not getting a break because it would cost more and more money. And my comUte was almost two hours one way.
So I got up at 4am and got hone at 230pm at work for 4pm and until 11 or 12 or 2am depending on the night. So let's say driving was not only unsafe but half the time I wasn't coherent enough to stay in the lines. Every class I took was easy. Like elementary easy.
Yeah they showed you how things worked and go together. The science behind the workings of electricity and the trivial pursuit of understanding trouble codes. They think they can replace experience. The only thing they have experience in is fooling young people into thinking that the education they need is at the car school where you'll become desirable to the big money jobs and you will be if you actually have experience with cars because you've aactually fixed them.
I'll say it again because you've actually fixed them.no-one cares if you went to school no-one. Especially if you went to the car school where you don't fix anything.
Not once did I experience a realistic "fix it scenario. My tipif you want to waste your parents money if they have any to spend on your spoiled ***
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