Royal Smart Person
- Aug 2, 2021
Yeah, if I'm selling your vehicle and I have it advertised as running and ready to drive, I'm going to make sure that there is fluids in there so that it's able to drive away like I advertised...Let me ask something here...
You go to buy a car and you don't do the basic checks to make sure it's road worthy?
Takes all of 10 seconds to pop a radiator cap and look in the over flow.. but it's the seller's fault. Got it..👌
My grandpa who is a 40-year plus mechanic was with me when it happened... Even in the 40-year plus experience he has as a mechanic he also assumed since the car was advertised as running and ready to drive that all the fluids were in it to drive it off.
So yes it's the seller's fault...👌🏾🎯💯