After you have your vehicle one of the best things you can do to make your car stand out or unique is to start adding some modifications. Keith cover’s most of the common modifications in this conversation and what he thinks about them.
By far one of the easiest and most common modifications you see on the road today. In 2019 we’re seeing a lot of factory vehicles come with window tint already installed. This not only increases privacy and security but also comfort for you and anyone of your passengers. Keith mentions this is one of the first modifications he typically makes to his vehicle.
Keith says – “Check with your local DMV or state/city authority to see what restrictions there may be in the level tint you are allowed to have before buying. Failure to do this may result in having to remove shortly after applying.”
This is becoming more of a new trend. Businesses understand the value of car wraps when their uniform fleet of service vehicles are on the road getting their brand recognition at every stop. Keith says he usually doesn’t do a full wrap, but instead partial wraps which help to exaggerate certain features of a vehicle. One benefit to a full wrap that Keith did mention was that if you’re leasing your vehicle and you want to change the look of your ride full wraps are about the only option you would have. The good thing is it also protects the original paint so that if you end up not purchasing you won’t have to pay costly damage repair fees.
You may have seen the racing stripes on a fast sports car, or maybe even some stripes on the side of the vehicle. This is typically an indication that this person likes to go fast. The classic racing stripes are not only an attractive modification to your car but also Keith says they add more horse power. 🙂 Just kidding.
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