2. Things You Can Do To Keep The Value
time, you’ll probably do one of three things with your vehicle:
- Sell it
- Trade it
- Return it (after a lease program)
And, there are several factors looked at when determining the worth of
- Overall mileage
Yes, some things you just cannot help but there are things you can do
to slow down the depreciation value of your car.
Vogelheim, executive editor for Kelley Blue Book, endorses several easy
ways to keep up the value of your vehicle. Of course, consumers will
need to put in some time and take a little care of their vehicle. And,
depending on the vehicle make and model, there could be about a $1,000
difference in the value.
3. What Can You Do To Boost Your
A vehicle’s most important factor is its exterior and interior
condition. Thus, you should consider some preventive measures to keep
your car looking its best.
1 – Give it a regular in-depth washing and waxing to keep up the
vehicle’s inner and outer quality.
2 – Invest up to $100 for seat covers to maintain the cloth or leather
on your seats.
3 – Keep cigarette smoking out of the vehicle, as it is tough to cover
up or remove and can greatly affect the vehicle’s actual worth.
You should be mindful of where you park your vehicle and to what you
park it next to.
1 – Park your vehicle away from others as often as you can. There are
some two-door vehicles with long doors, which is the reason for many
2 – Park your vehicle shady areas to save the dashboard from sun
4. Vehicle Maintenance History
– Have your vehicle checked over on a regular basis and keep track of
the maintenance schedule.
2 – Keep all receipts from the tune-ups, oil changes, car washes, tire
rotations and other services to show that you’ve taken good care of
your vehicle. With a verified maintenance history, you can hold the
good worth of the car that you own.