When I was handing out flyers countywide, I was about to help a nice guy name Scott which his car broke down and then my car broke down because mine is out of juice and the original battery was no longer working. I thought my car broke down for a meltdown which it turns out that I had no more juice left for the battery. Then I called roadside assistance for help and they came to fix my car but mine has a different type of battery because mine is a hybrid which it wouldn’t work. Then I called Dr. Grimaldi to help me stay calm while being stuck at a parking lot after sunset because I would feel terrified if I was on the shoulder of the highway then been strained in a parking lot. I talked to her on the phone as long the long wait for assistance available. Luckily there was a very nice guy name Kevin but everybody calls him “Big Irish” which he was very helpful to see the problem. I turned off the car and then turned on to press the pedal but the won’t start. We talked afterwards while waiting for the tow truck. Then Brett came to the scene to wait for the tow truck so I can go to the garage. In the meantime, John the Security came to the scene because Kevin has another situation for the next hour and The tow truck didn’t arrived for nearly 2 hours but however I wanted to take my car closer to home because it would be impossible to go back to get the car from the nearby of the scene. I brought in fun and entertainment while waiting. The guys were very helpful and never left by my side until the tow truck arrived because they wanna make sure I’m safe while staying in the scene especially at night. By the time when it was nearly the hour before midnight, the tow truck finally arrived and I was grateful that came in and it was a night to remember.
I was able to drop it off at my local garage to get my car fixed but it doesn’t have the battery for them hybrid so I called the insurance company to drop it off at the my dealership where I got my Prius. Hopefully the car lasts up to 150,000 to 200,000 miles. Within the next year or two.