I brought my car to the car dealership this time because the middle break light was out and it wouldn't pass inspection without it. Apparently this is a very difficult light to replace and even the dealership had a difficult time with it. Since my wait was going to be over 2 hours, they asked if I'd like to take out one of their 2011 Sonatas. Well YES! I really like the looks of that car and it was fun getting a chance to drive one. The drivers seat was raised quite a bit when I got in causing me to hit my head pretty hard on the door frame. Ouch! But I figured out how to adjust everything and then took it for a nice ride. I'm not going to buy one. I'd like to, but this isn't the year for me to be doing that. I was impressed with the dealership and will return there for service. They were all very polite and accomodating. The bill wasn't bad either, reasonable. I also got new number plates for the car. No more vanity plates for me. The state is charging $40. extra each year to keep the plates. I've gone back to just numbers and that's fine with me. They were a one time $3.00 charge. I don't know how our government thinks they are going to make any money from this TAX. I know many people who are giving up their vanity plates because of the added cost.