When Valencia (plaintiff) was 17 years old, his father helped establish Valencia in the trucking business. Valencia took one of the truck-tractors to White’s (defendant) shop for repairs. White repaired Valencia’s truck-tractor and billed Valencia for $19,998.76. Over the next few months, Valencia paid White $7,100 resulting in a balance of $12,898.71. When Valencia failed to pay, White claimed a lien against Valencia’s truck-tractor and sought to sell it. Valencia sued White seeking an injunction to prevent the sale of the truck-tractor arguing that the contract should be disaffirmed because of Valencia’s status as a minor. White counterclaimed seeking the money that Valencia owed White. The trial court found that Valencia was a minor and the contract was not for necessities. Therefore, the court disaffirmed the contract and ordered White to pay Valencia the $7,100 that Valencia had paid to White for the repairs to his truck-tractor. White appealed.