I have to get the truck AC fixed before summer weather arrives

Last year at the end of the summer season, the AC in my truck stopped working.

My friends and I were on our way to a concert.

We were in the truck for 20 minutes when the AC stopped working. I could hear the fan blowing, but there was no cold air coming out of the vents. We were already late to our event, so I didn’t have any time to stop and check out the problem. It was already dark when the concert was over and we drove home with about windows down. I decided not to fix the AC problem when I found out that the repair was going to cost $600. It was already the beginning of September and I knew that that warm weather was over for the year. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the AC problem fixed during the winter, fall, or spring. Now it is almost summer again and I have to find someone to repair the AC problem with a truck. I called a couple of dealerships, but they want an arm and a leg. I was hoping to spend $600 for the repair, but it seems like the prices have jumped a great deal. I called three different people and every person quoted more than $700 to repair the problem with the AC. It’s only going to continue to get warmer and more humid, so the longer I wait, the worse it is going to be. I really wish that I would have fixed the problem in winter, when the rates would have been cheaper than ever.