The “Good” Ole Days
In the old days, you could drive your car on the road without any knowledge if the car had any problems with the tires, the engine, the oil, or filters. You were unaware to any of the potential problems that were lurking inside of the car’s mechanical systems.
I don’t think I’d call that “good”.
Today’s new cars have come a long way – loaded with intelligent systems and state-of-the-art technology. You are alerted if the tire pressure is low, the engine is running at high temperatures, or if the oil needs to be changed.
This is better, and ultimately creates a safer and more responsive vehicle. (more…)