No matter how much you like your car now, you'll most likely want to trade it in for a newer model somewhere down the line. When that happens, you want to make sure you get top dollar on your trade in. Luckily, there are some easy ways to maximize the resale value of your car while making it look cool in the process.
Tinting your windows makes your car look more luxurious and aggressive. It's also a great way to protect your car's resale value. Sunlight can do a lot of damage to your interior — over time, your dashboard and other interior components will start to fade, discolor, and crack. Window tint helps prevent that from happening by blocking out harmful sun rays.
As an additional benefit, tinting your windows can save you money at the fuel pump, especially if you live in a hot climate. Less sunlight will be entering your car, so the interior will stay much cooler. That means you won't have to turn your air conditioning up nearly as high to stay comfortable while you drive, which cuts down on fuel consumption. For more information, contact SML Window Tint or a similar company.
Rubber Coating Spray
If you're tired of the color of your car, you can paint it any color you like with spray-on rubber coating. Rubber coating is far cheaper than getting a new paint job. For one, the coating itself costs much less than most quality paints. It also can be applied directly on top of your factory paint job, whereas repainting your car requires you to sand everything down and coat it in primer before repainting. Conventional paint also requires an outer layer of expensive clear coat, whereas rubber coating is good to go by itself.
Not only will rubber coating give your car a unique matte color, it also helps protect your car's resale value. Rubber coating is highly durable, so it will stand up to rocks and other road debris. Whenever you decide to trade your car in, you can peel the rubber coating off and your factory paint job underneath will be perfectly intact.
Wheels are one of the most likely components on your car to acquire cosmetic damage due to road debris and curb rash. Before any damage occurs, swap your stock wheels out for a set of unique aftermarket wheels. That way, you can store your factory wheels and protect them from damage. When you decide to trade your car in, swap your stock wheels back on so that the dealership doesn't deduct the price of a new factory set out of your trade-in value. You can even sell your aftermarket set at that point and put the money toward your new car.Share
6 July 2016
One of the first things I always replace in my vehicles is the stereo system. Although newer vehicles come equipped with some very nice stereo systems, there are always elements that are overlooked and need to be improved upon. If you aren't happy with the audio equipment in your vehicle, my blog is a great place to start. You will learn everything about what you have installed by the factory and advice for components that you can add to it to make it something that blows your mind and makes the listening experience greater than you ever thought could be possible.