Not having a/c during rush hour

I have a job in downtown Denver, but I drive every morning and evening from a small town situated about 45 minutes away from the city. I used to live in Denver, but my partner and I thought it would be better to raise the children outside of the city. We purchased a house in a suburb outside of Denver plus I made the choice to commute back and forth to the office everyday. Most days, the drive to Denver is easily not that stressful. I leave the house an hour before I am due to be at work and I usually end up at the office a few minutes early. The drive back to the house is a little bit unique, because traffic is regularly tough. It seems as if more people leave Denver at the same time during the day rush hour. On my way to the house from the office yesterday, the A/C in our vehicle stopped working. It was a super warm summer day. The temperature outside was 94 degrees. I didn’t expect the A/C to stop truly working and I was easily worried and miserable when warm air started coming out of the vents. I rolled down the window, but traffic wasn’t moving that quick so I didn’t get any wind or breeze. Most people think of snow and mountains when they think of Denver, but the summer time months are just as brutal and uncomfortable as several southern locations around the country. The drive back to the house was miserable, and I was drastically happy to finally arrive at the house to a cool atmosphere and a comfortable chair. The vehicle is still at the dealership receiving an examination. I hope the repairs will not be too pricey.
central air conditioning for my home Denver Colorado