Top 5 methods to change your car
Having purchased your new (or not too new) car, it is time to start considering adding several modifications. I've come up with a listing of my favourite auto adjustments to give you a bit of inspiration.
1. Window Tint
Window tint looks great from a Fiesta to a Ferrari, and also you can purchase DIY tint kits for around GBP30. Make your vehicle actually stick out by going for a siver coloured tint such as the blue tint below or mirrored.
2. Alloy wheels
Perhaps you have seen a decent modified car running on standard steel wheels? No, me neither, and that's the reason why I've place alloy wheels 2 nd. Expect to pay anywhere from around GBP300 for a fundamental set with tyress. In case you can not quite afford that, car wheel trims are a decent choice and just a fraction of the cost.
You've got your car looking all nice, but you can't have it sounding like a shopping trolley. So next on our record of changes that are top is a brand new exhaust. These range from merely a back-box to provide your car a little growl, to a whole exhaust system to boost functionality and provide your car that sporty sound. Prices for exhaust back-boxes begin at around GBP50.
4. Lexus alloy wheel refurbishment Milton Keynes lights
It seemed at one point a couple of years ago, that every other car you passed had a set of Lexus lights seeming pretty tacky in some instances to be honest. Jointly with other changes I think they can definitely look nice, I personally prefer the Lexus lights having a darker backing (see picture below) rather than the silver backed lights with looked a bit stuck on.
I drive a Skoda Octavia VRS, and among the things I still like most about it is its green brake callipers (sad I know). This is only going to work if you've got some discussed alloys that are broad, but it'll provide your car that sporty look that is certain. Brake calliper paint can be found as either a spray can or a pot of paint. You'll probably need to take your wheels away to use it.