The car I drove there and back is a 1985 Nissan Stanza, which for an old car didn’t have any trouble except for having a tire that slowly leaked 15 psi every 80 to 90 miles. Oh yes, and a faulty warning bell that will occasionally chime even though all systems were working fine. The best part however, was the last leg of the journey in which a massive storm hit around 9pm. The torrential downpour meant that nearly all the vehicles had their amber lights flashing, and slowed down from 70 mph to 35 mph. Because the visibility was very limited, I pulled off and parked in an empty lot to wait for the rain to settle.
You can easily imagine how uneasy I get now that I’m taking a safety and emissions training course. Then again, it might be impossible to tell, given what my ride looks like.