Could really do with some advice

#1
I’m at a bit of a loss as to what to do. This maybe a strange place to flag such a personal matter up but you seem like a pretty level headed lot so I thought I’d cast the net and see what advice I got.

Ok, deep breath…..

For sometime now I've suspected that my mrs may be having an affair. You know the sort of thing. The phone rings, I answer, someone hangs up.

Recently she has started going out 'with the girls' a lot and when I ask which girls it's always "Just some friends, you don't know them".

I always used to keep an eye out for her taxi coming home but now she always walks up to the house although I can hear a car setting off as if she has just got out of one around the corner.

The other day I picked up her mobile, just to see what time it was, and she went crazy, screaming at me that I should never touch her phone again and why was I checking up on her.

Anyway, I have never approached the subject with her. I kind of think deep down I don't really want to know the truth. But then last night she went out again and I decided that I would check up on her.

Around the time she was due home I decided to hide behind my car which I knew would give me a good view of the whole street so I could see which car she got out of on her return.

It was whilst crouched behind my car that I noticed rust around my rear wheel arch.

So, …. do you think I should take it into a body repair shop or should I buy some stuff from Halfords and try to repair it myself???

moved. mk
 
#2
Depends, is it just surface rust? Have you checked under the arch liner?
I'd ask her bit on the side for a second opinion, myself. The more blokes you ask about cars, only the more informed you can be.
 
#3
I think you should use the search function to see how many times this has been posted before :roll:

msr
 
#4
Depends what sort of car it is - a classic I would always take for professional repairs. Anything else and I would trade it in for a new one.
 
#7
Think I saw her doing laps of the naafi, aye very rusty. More like a bike than a car.
Still works even though its already been rode to the point of bucketness.
 

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