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Chris Dowdall, Contributing Columnist
3:59 am CDT March 22, 2020

Imagine for a second you are driving your car around town on a nice spring day, a reality we will all face sooner than later. Suddenly, your car sputters and stops in the middle of an intersection.
The next day, while driving to work, the same thing happens. How many days would this have to continue before you decided to bring it into a trained professional to have it checked out? Most people would most likely have it checked out after it had only occurred a handful of times.