How You Are Losing Money On Your Vehicle Value

How You Are Losing Money On Your Vehicle Value

You know the time will come when your car has done all it can for you and you want to sell it on. But, are you worried that your general wear and tear will lose you money? 

Here are 4 reasons why your car value is PLUMMETING!!

1. Racking up the Miles

We all love a weekend road trip here and there, but not EVERY weekend! 

Less is definitely more when it comes to mileage, and you want to keep it as low as possible if you are thinking of selling it on. 

So try a carpool system with your friends or your colleagues from work so your car isn't taking the hit!

2. Constantly Eating or Drinking in your car 

We know we know, you’re reading this right now with a burger and chips in hand thinking how can this damage my car? 

Over time, odour from food and drinks can cause damage to upholstery and can linger in the car. Try to maintain your upholstery and eat outside or wait to tuck in until you get to your destination. 

3. Damaging those wheels one curb at a time

Everyone has hit the curb at one point or another when trying to park, but over time this can cause some major damage to the wheels. 

They are one of the most important parts of the car as they take you where you want to go! Your selling price will drop substantially if there is any major damage to your wheels. 

So next time you are parking and are afraid of hitting the curb, find a new spot you would be more comfortable with, or have a friend hop out to guide you! 

4. Trying a bit of DIY repair instead of taking it to Eurofit!

Getting your hands dirty and trying to be your own mechanic sounds like a great plan until you do more harm than good because you are not sure what you are doing!

Take it to the experts and let us here at Eurofit handle the rest! 

Eurofit Autocentres are the nation’s one-stop vehicle repair centre, so you know your car will be in the safest of hands! 

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