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Old 03-13-2012, 09:42 AM
 
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i am so confused with this seriously. i have two options and i dont know what either is saying and i dont want to make the wrong decisions and mess up my job. so can somebody please explain what this is saying please thank you.

DART Trip Planning

Irving, TX to Euless, TX - Google Maps

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Old 03-13-2012, 09:55 AM
 
Location: DFW - Coppell / Las Colinas
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dh drove the car after i came home yesterday. I paid someone to fix the side the tire came off of and it still is running funny to me like the other side is going to fall off. but he says we just need a wheel alignment because when you turn the steering wheel it keeps turning on its own. im seriously scared to make a left turn though because i dont want the driver side front wheel to fall off and we are without a car because the police has to tow it out the street cause we'll be more screwed than we are now. right now the car is in our apartment parking lot and only needs someone to come and fix it but if we drive it and the wheel fall off we're without a car completely.
Hummm.... your original post said the tire had already fallen off.

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i came from my last app/interview my wheel fell off my car
You were able to put the tire back on and drive it home ? What made it fall off and how did you get it reattached ?

Did you know there is a short cut around the south side of the airport that connects you directly from Irving to Euless. You never have to get on a freeway and it is very short.
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:09 AM
 
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is this even possible to be able to walk where it says taxi?

Irving, TX to Euless, TX - Google Maps
Mine doesn't say that you need a taxi, but the link I provided is just a generic address for each city, you'll have to put in your address and the businesses address to get an accurate route
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:11 AM
 
Location: Dallas TX & AL Gulf Coast
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i am so confused with this seriously. i have two options and i dont know what either is saying and i dont want to make the wrong decisions and mess up my job. so can somebody please explain what this is saying please thank you.

DART Trip Planning

Irving, TX to Euless, TX - Google Maps
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You mentioned in your post the other day that you were staying near Park Grove Square in Irving.

From there, you would take the West Irving TRE, not the South Irving TRE, since you're located closer to there.


Here's an updated map:
Park Grove Square Apartments to Euless, TX - Google Maps

Sorry, I've not used either, so can't help explain it to you... but it seems rather straight-forward, take the 301 bus to the TRE West Irving Station, & catch the TRE there.

Also, back to your car... what makes you think the wheel is falling off? A wheel doesn't just fall off. What exactly happened to it? Did you hit a curb or run over something that caused you to think something is wrong? What is it doing differently? Perhaps if you could try to explain it a little better, people might be better able to give you some insight on what needs to be done to get it fixed.

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Old 03-13-2012, 10:15 AM
 
Location: Simmering in DFW
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From your location you'llneed to usethe Tarrant County system to get to Euless. TRE rail, then TRE bus. You need to get the TRE rail at the West Irving station which is a bit west of Belt Line and a bit north of Shady Grove. Probably a mile walk from your location. If you don't walk to the TRE station, you'll need to find a DART bus to get you there. So you need to got to the TRE website to learn the ride from the West Irving TRE station to your destination in Euless. Also go to the DART website to learn the bus route to get you to the TRE station. I have never used public transport....so I can't help beyond this...
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:22 AM
 
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when it fell off i was on belt line right by the mall and the police came and straightened the tire out so that i can move it into the att parking lot and someone called a mechanic for me that said it was something simple and the part only costed $20 so i gave him $50 for the part and to fix it. once he fixed it right there in the parking lot i was able to drive it home. but was so scared because the steering wheel felt funny and the driverside front tire sounded like it was going to do the same thing the passenger side front tire did. so when i got home i parked it in front of my house.

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Hummm.... your original post said the tire had already fallen off.



You were able to put the tire back on and drive it home ? What made it fall off and how did you get it reattached ?

Did you know there is a short cut around the south side of the airport that connects you directly from Irving to Euless. You never have to get on a freeway and it is very short.
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:24 AM
 
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thats my link i put when i put my address locations in. i was asking if that route where it says taxi could it be possible to walk it?



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Mine doesn't say that you need a taxi, but the link I provided is just a generic address for each city, you'll have to put in your address and the businesses address to get an accurate route
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:26 AM
 
Location: Chicago
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What does DH mean?
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:29 AM
 
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thats my link i put when i put my address locations in. i was asking if that route where it says taxi could it be possible to walk it?
Usually google maps gives the distance between each step. When I click on your link, I don't see any directions with taxi, but the final step is "walk 1.3 miles" so it seems like if you're physically able to walk, you can do so. Just allow 30+ minutes for the walk in case there are lots of traffic lights or other things to walk across.
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:32 AM
 
Location: North Texas
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What does DH mean?
Darling Husband or Dear Husband
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