If you don’t enjoy rusty bottoms of other people’s cars, as well as scratched doors and cracked windows, it’s time to start taking care of your car today, and never let that happen to it. It also gives a chance to get good price for it once you decide to sell for any reason.
The simplest and cheapest things are preventative actions. Do your best not to let your car get damaged in the first place. Regular check ups, parking in the garage, seat covers, and no smoking in the car rule – all that saves you a tone of time, and money, on fixing problems afterwards.
Another tip that always has to be in place – is safe driving. It not only helps your car live longer, but also prevents you from getting into accidents. A good rule to have is: your safety comes first. Which also means that maintaining your car in a good condition is vital for your own safety.