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How To Keep Your Car Looking And Feeling New For Many Years

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How To Keep Your Car Looking And Feeling New For Many Years

Winston Takeda
October 20, 2012

If you're thinking about getting a new car, but don't have enough money, you aren't alone. With the current economic destruction that the world is undergoing, most people are too worried about the future to go out and buy new things. There's so much uncertainty in the air today, that businesses are worried if they'll survive. This means buying something like a new car is pretty much out of the question, unless your name happens to be Rockefeller.

But if you're car is old, and you want a new look, does that mean that you are out of luck? Not at all. There are plenty of things you can do that will sharpen up the image of your vehicle without spending too much cash. In this article, you'll learn some of the more popular methods.

First of all, you should always keep your car clean. This goes without saying. Nothing makes a new car look like an old car like a layer of dust and fast food wrappers. So keep it clean, inside and out. If you want to go the extra mile, then get your car detailed every couple of months. This means somebody will clean it completely, every square inch, from top to bottom. When you drive it around after it's been detailed, it will feel like a completely different vehicle.

Another thing you'll need to do is keep the engine in tip top condition. This means changing the oil out every three or four months. This is pretty cheap if you go to those all-in-one oil change shops. They'll not only change the oil, but check your tires, check all the fluids, and the filters, and make recommendations.

If you want to take the next step, you've got to accessorize. This means getting some extra things that make your car look really sharp. Get some nice rims, or add some details to your paint job. Put in some custom upholstery inside. Install a custom, high end stereo system. Add a few gauges to help you keep tabs on all the various engine components. Tricking out your car like this can easily take a car that's four or five years old, and transform it into the sharpest car in your neighborhood.

So you see, you really don't have to plop down fifty grand on a new car every three or four years. Just keep the one you've got in tip top condition, add some smart accessories, and you'll be feeling fantastic in no time. Happy driving.

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