For two of the three great Abrahamic religions, these are celebratory days. The children of David will observe Passover starting Friday, and the followers of Yeshua of Nazareth are looking forward to Easter this coming Sunday.
These feasts are set aside to allow time to give thanks for deliverance from various ills and fears. And they also serve to welcome the change in season, to embrace the literal and metaphorical flowering of the new. As winter fades (well, technically; it's not like most of us had much of one anyway) and the world reawakens, we need to appreciate the great things that the season brings: Warmth. Vivacity. Nature. Beauty. Excitement. R-compound tires. Women in sundresses. Mixed drinks with those little paper umbrellas. Life.
And while we're at it, take the time to thank your local mechanics who are doing such a masterful job keeping your ride on the road. Where would we be without their skills and diligence? As Turbolence88 explains, it is their abilities and efforts that really put the value into a car: