Despite what the ads on TV may want to tell you, you don’t need to have a top-of-the-line car in order to enjoy bright headlights, great brakes or tires. You simply need to know how to improve your own car’s quality, namely the pieces and parts that you can change yourself relatively simple. It also helps you to save money on buying a new car when all you needed was new parts.

It’s all in the details

Mechanically inclined or not, you can dress up your car’s quality and safety in simple ways according to the list found on The Family Handyman’s “10 Easy Car Upgrades for DIYers”. There are all sorts of options to choose from, too:

  1. Clean your own headlights and brake lights
  2. Buy high end wiper blades and tires
  3. Invest in a brand-new battery

Your car can feel like a new one with small changes such as these. It also helps improve safety and reliability, in order to keep you and your loved ones safe on the road.

A brand-new car is great, but why upgrade from the one that you love if you can make it last longer? Exactly.

Want more? Find it in The Family Handyman’s post.


SOURCE: The Family Handyman