Customising Your Vehicle to Stand Out from the Crowd

    Posted by Ben Davidson about 6 months ago
    There are so many different practical factors that we take into account when we choose a vehicle of our own. We consider cost, finding something that falls within our budget. We consider safety, opting for vehicles that are up to standard. We . Finally, we will take a look at appearances. While having a functioning car is more important than having an attractive car, who’s to say your vehicle can’t tick all of your boxes. We generally want a car that fits in with our personal aesthetic - something that will look good and that we feel good driving. However, when you purchase a vehicle, you don’t necessarily have to accept it as it is when you buy it. There are steps that you can take to personalize your car and make it stand out from the crowd. Here are just a few to consider!

    Paint Jobs

    • Cars tend to be made in colours that sell well when offered to the mass consumer market. The most common colours tend to be:

    • Black - black is the most registered car colour by far. Black cars constitute around one fifth of cars on the road.

    • Grey - grey helps monochrome colours to dominate the market, coming in as the nation’s second favourite option.

    • White - while white shows dirt more than other colours, it still comes in as third most purchased vehicle colour on the market.

    • Blue - bringing a primary colour into the top five, blue adds a dash of colour to most common vehicle colours.

    • Silver - back to monochrome with silver in fifth place! It holds ten percent of the entire market.

    However, it’s extremely important that you know that you don’t have to settle for a common vehicle colour. If you want something alternative, less common, or more bright, you can always have a paint job. Ensure a professional carries this out for a high quality finish.

    LCDs

    Your vehicle has LCDs on the dash. These are necessary to see what speed you are driving at, whether there are any problems that you need to be alerted to, and to take in other information about your vehicle and your driving. Consider finding a custom lcd manufacturer. They will be able to alter your display to suit your preferences and needs, or to give your dash an alternative appearance.

    Decals

    If you want to go all out, you can add decals to your vehicle. Many small business owners opt for this, as it allows them to add their company logo, company name, and contact details to the outside of their vehicle. This turns their set of wheels into a form of free advertising, as people will be exposed to their brand as they drive past. However, you could always opt for more personalized decals in patterns or images that express what you love!

    These are just a few different things that you can do to customize your vehicle! Each step will help your car to really stand out from the crowd!
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