Each car comes equipped with a few features that others may not have. These features, from the maximum horse power to the maximum radio volume, are the things we all pay attention to when deciding exactly which make and model of car we buy. But, even after we’ve already gotten the car, there are many after-market parts we can add in order to make it fit our own personal preferences a bit better. These parts include both interior and exterior car accessories that can provide some functional, as well as some visual upgrades.
A very useful exterior accessory if you are an avid bicycle rider are the car bicycle racks. Though it may seem counter-intuitive to drive when you are supposed to be biking, the thing that the car bicycle racks can allow you to do is quickly and easily reach any remote forest path or mountain road while avoiding any traffic or steep climbs.
The bumper is an item that can change your vehicle’s appearance and make it look sleeker or tougher depending on the exact type you buy. It should also be mentioned that while some bumpers serve an almost purely cosmetic function, others can be very vital when used to lessen the impact from collisions to both the front and the back of the car.
A final useful exterior feature is the car cover, which has a simple but still very useful role to play. Its job is to give the car some extra protection against rain, dust, the sun and other potentially harmful forces of nature.
As for the interior of the car, probably the most often replaced items are the floor mats, and for good reason. They are the ones that probably go through the most wear and tear on a regular basis because of their placement and role as dirt collectors. If you do decide to change this particular accessory, then your best bet would probably be to get a more durable one.
While on the subject of dirt collection, there are also coverings that you can place on the seats that serve much the same purpose albeit only on a different area. Seat covers are made out of plastic and are designed to protect your seats from dirt and stains, as well as keep them dry if you ever spill something or more likely if you are ever caught in the rain.
Finally, an indisputably useful item (if one isn’t already installed) is the GPS. This is an item that will in no doubt come in very handy when you arrive in a place where you haven’t been before and don’t want to spend hours driving around in circles. Additionally, if you are going on vacation, most of them also have hotels and motels already programmed in for your convenience.
At the end of the day exactly which accessories, or even how many of them you get is entirely up to you, but it’s nice to know that you always have a choice.