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    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    The 12 relationship stages with your car

    1. The love at first sight. 

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    Look at that body. Look at the size of those RIMS. How’d you fit those rims up under your fenders?

    2. The icebreak.

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    “Hey… so… you take unleaded, or do you only drink premium?”

    3. The dating stage.

    The dating stage.

    “So we’ve gone on… three test drives now, and things are going really great. I’m just having so much fun, you know? Like, I forget we’re even driving sometimes.”

    4. The learning stage.

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    “I’ve realized that she’s got a pretty sensitive gas pedal, but I’m learning to deal with it. I mean, I kind of like it, you know? Who doesn’t want to go fast?”

    5. The honeymoon stage.

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    “I love your headlights. I love your seats. I love your four-zone climate control. I love the cute little beep you make when I unlock you. It’s like you’re saying ‘hey!’ super fast in this sort of silly voice — it’s completely adorable.”

    6. The “FBO” stage.

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    “It’s official: We’re car and driver now!”

    7. The happy stage.

    Nothing but blue skies ahead!

    8. The first fight.

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car
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    9. The make up.

    The make up.

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    “I’m so sorry… I just got scared. I missed you. <3”

    10. The doubts stage.

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    “Maybe… maybe I should have opted for the infotainment package. I just don’t know.”

    11. The exploration stage. 😉

    12 Stages Of Your Relationship With Your Car

    “After a while, we tried driving… without boundaries. It’s been sooo refreshing.”

    12. And most importantly: growing old together.

    And most importantly: growing old together.

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    Your car is your partner, through sickness and health.

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