Wednesday, December 14, 2016

5 Ways to Keep Your Car Looking Brand New

5 Ways to Keep Your Car Looking Brand New
If you have a great looking car, you probably want to keep it that way. Here are a few ways to keep your car looking brand new.
Check the Weather: You want to protect your car from the elements, which means having the most accurate weather app and covering, or garaging, your vehicle in case of inclement weather such as high winds or hail.

Know Where and When to Touch Up Your Paint: Your car’s paint job will wear over time even with the best of care. Have your dealer recommend a professional, and check your weather radar to ensure that you are getting the paint job done at a good time.
Check Your Tires: Your car’s body can look great, but a flattened or damaged tire can quickly ruin the look of your vehicle. Check your tire pressure regularly and remember that it will vary depending on the temperature. A quick look at your weather app can give you an idea of whether or not you need to get some more air.

Fix the Little Things:  Keeping your car looking brand new means fixing any sort of damage, from a bent bumper, to a scratched rim, as soon as possible. Putting off repairs will ruin the intended image, and may even end up costing you more in the long run.
Keep It Clean: This includes the outside as well as the inside of the car. Make sure to have your car cleaned regularly and wiped down- waiting for the rain is not going to do the trick! You also want to avoid leaving clutter in your vehicle. If you tend to live out of your car, designate one day per week to organize it and leave anything that you do not absolutely need for that day at home.
Keeping your car looking great is a commitment, but the results can well be worth the effort.

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