Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Road Trip Ready – Being Prepared Before Going to a Car Show

If you happen to have a car you love and you want to take it on a road trip, it’s important to make sure your set of wheels are ready to hit the road. Think of what you need to do to get your car ready before heading off to a new destination. There are simple things you must do such as getting your oil changed and then there are fun things you can do too, like buying new car parts to add to your car, especially if you’re headed to a sports enthusiast show.

In fact, going to a car show might be the reason why you’re going on a road trip in the first place. So get your oil checked (unless you know how to do this on your own), pack the essentials for an unlikely flat tire, and plan ahead and purchase an outstanding driveshaft, axle shaft, or differential part if you’d like to spruce up your car before going to the car show. High quality parts added to a high quality car will add all the difference before going to your first car show. You’ll be glad you took the time to be road trip ready before hitting the road.

Food for the Road

Car enthusiasts may get so caught up in making their car shiny and looking just like new for the road show that they may forget to bring along water and snacks, especially if it’s going to be hot where the show is. Don’t forget to pack plenty of water and non perishable items to snack on, such as nuts, trail mix, granola bars, and other snacks that you enjoy. These food necessities will also come in handy when you’re chatting with people at the car show. If you don’t have time to run and get lunch you can grab the snacks out of your car.

Get the Basics Checked

It’s likely if you’re a car person that you already know how to check your oil, but it’s essential that your car is running well before you make a long drive. Check out everything and make sure it’s in working order. Even if you have confidence in your sparkling collector’s car it’s always a good idea to have a spare tire, gas, and whatever else you would need for an emergency car situation. Perhaps if your car is too old to drive a really long way it’s a better idea to come up with another solution such as towing it behind a newer car if you can afford to do so.

Clean and Wax Your Car

The last thing you need on a beautiful car is a bunch of bugs and other gross things to land and stick on your car body there while you’re driving. Before you drive the distance get your car cleaned really well and waxed, that way the bugs will hopefully come off more easily once you’ve reached your destitution. It’s inevitable that you’re going to get some bugs on your car, but by planning ahead and bringing the correct cleaning supplies with you; it should maintain its fantastic appearance.




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