Road Unworthy

Selling a car is such a pain. There are so many hoops you have to jump through, just to get it ready to sell. Isn’t it funny, how buying a car is one of the best things in the world? Selling one, though? Simply the worst. Imagine this: you’ve been keen to sell your car for a few months now. It’s time for an upgrade, something a bit nicer. So you clean it up, try to keep your feet tidy when you get in and take it to the best auto electrician Seaford has going around. You drive as carefully as possible, five or even ten under the speed limit. Imagine the horror if you had a crash, just before you found a buyer. Not to mention, if you’re going the traditional route (with a piece of paper stuck to the back window with the asking price) you’ve got to deal with that in your rearview vision. That’s why it’s the worst.

I’ve been trying to sell my car for a long time now, but nobody seems interested. I jumped the gun a little bit and got a roadworthy before anybody even asked about it. Total waste of money, especially since I spent about $200 on it. Now it’s expired, and I’ll have to get another one. Heaven help me if somebody texts me and says they’re interested, but they want to know if I’ve got a current roadworthy certificate. Frankston residents, please, please show interest in my old car. I’ve been wanting to get a new one for so long now, but I just can’t afford it. I’ve kept it clean and accident-free. I don’t understand why nobody wants it. All I need is a bit of hope, just a ray of sunshine that tells me it will work out. A promise that my car will be sold, without needing to get a roadworthy until somebody is actually interested. And when I do have to get a new one, please let it be a bit cheaper.