|I know, it looks blackish, but in person it's crimson, sizzling in fact|
I drove over to Tod's first thing. I had to show it off to someone who would be excited. The Hubby couldn't even stop weeding long enough to come look at it when I got home. Not sure what the "damage" is there. He can discuss that with the therapist next week.
So far I have managed to set the time, which is remarkably easy and I have paired my iPhone through the Bluetooth so that I can talk hands-free. I have also demonstrated the auto-start to anyone who will pause long enough to watch. I've made it through the "quick start" guide so that I know the basics of it's operation. Now it's time to wade through the owners manual and learn all the details. Cool item - the case the owners manual comes in has a First Aid kit in it. How cool is that? I am now ready to assist the critically injured, or simply band-aid a cut that happens on the road…whichever it may be.
So, big shout out to Alex at Younger Toyota in Hagerstown. He was a delight to deal with and I never felt pressured to buy. So if you need a car, go see Alex and tell him Jim sent you. I doubt I get anything for it, but hey, it doesn't hurt to be a referrer. Oh, another cool thing -- I found a coupon on the Younger Toyota website today that gets me a $100 Gas Card! So of course I printed it out and gave it to Alex as soon as I got the dealership. One can never have too much free gas.
I imagine tomorrow at work will be an endless parade of tours. That's usually what happens when someone gets a new vehicle. I'm ok with that. After all this time it's nice that it'll be me giving the tours instead of being a participant in them. Line forms to the right!