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Good Morning Monday, Car Repair Humor

Think you’ve seen and heard it all? For some “Good Morning” Monday car-related humor, here’s your chance to smile this morning with a “Just Rolled In” mix of car repairs gone wrong, attempts at causing someone to die on the road, discovered tracking devices, DIY foibles that are real head scratchers, and of course the occasional pigsty (literally) in a car customer.


Monday Morning Humor

If laughter is the truly the best medicine, then a dose of it to start your Monday morning might be just the ticket to get your motor running and your butt in gear for the beginning of what can become a long work week.

Here’s a compilation of the best of this past January and February’s “Just Rolled In” that will not only make you smile, but also offers some good cringe-worthy lessons on what not to do (even when it’s a trained mechanic) and why you may be better off letting someone else do the work for you.

In addition, some of the clips will further emphasize the importance of a pre-purchasing inspection of a car---especially from a car auction---so that you do not wind up with some of the nightmares shown in the video posted below.

That said, take a 10-minute break today and enjoy the ride.

Customer States Compilation (Best of January & February 2022) | Just Rolled In

And finally…

For additional articles about why used cars have to be inspected before buying, here are a few apt warnings to consider:

How To Spot a Used Car Being Flipped After a Hurricane

Used Car Seller Tricks to Resurrect a Flood Damaged Car

Used Car Dealer Scam with Superglue and Drywall Screws

COMING UP NEXT: One of the Worst Used Dodge Cars to Buy Warns This Mechanic

Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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