Keep It Looking New

A little extra care goes a long way to avoiding dents, dings, and scratches.

Cars are very significant investments - and, unfortunately, investments mostly doomed to depreciation. They can also embody the image that we want to show to friends, coworkers, and other drivers. Keeping your car looking new keeps its resale value up, makes it last longer, and helps avoid more costly headaches in the future. A car that looks good on the outside leaves a good impression, and helps you get the most money when you sell it three or five or more years down the road. Here are some useful tips that will help you keep your car looking new:

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