Top 5 ways to modify your auto

Posted by GuthriefVxjir on June 26, 2015 at 8:24 PM
Top 5 methods to alter your car

Having purchased your new (or not new) car, it is time to begin thinking about adding a number of modifications. I have put a list of my favourite auto adjustments together to offer a little inspiration.

1. Window Tint

Now I am not just placing window tint on top of the list because we are the leading UK's provider of pre cut car window tint kits (end shameless plug), I do actually believe that it's among the cheapest and greatest ways to completely transform your vehicle. Window tint looks great on any car, from Fiesta and you will buy DIY tint kits for around GBP30. Make your vehicle actually stick out by choosing a siver coloured tint such as the blue tint below or mirrored.

2. Alloy wheels

Have you ever ever seen an adequate altered automobile running on conventional steel wheels? No, me neither, and that is why I Have set alloy wheels 2 nd. Expect to pay anywhere from around GBP300 to get a basic set alloy wheel refurbishment Hemel Hempstead with tyress. Car wheel trims are a decent alternative and just a fraction of the price, should you can't quite afford that.

3. Exhaust

You have got your car looking all nice, but you can't have it sounding like a shopping trolley. So next on our record of modifications that are top is a new exhaust. These range from simply a back-box to supply your car a bit of a growl, to a whole exhaust system to increase functionality and provide your car that sporty sound. Costs for exhaust back-boxes start at around GBP50.

4. Lexus lights

It seemed at one point several years back, that every other car you passed had a set of Lexus lights seeming pretty tacky in certain cases to not be unfair. Jointly with other changes I believe they will surely look nice, I personally prefer the Lexus lights with a darker backing (see picture below) rather compared to the silver backed lights with looked a bit stuck on. If you don't need to fork out on a new set of lights, another thing you can try is some tail light tinting spray; you'll definitely get a more unique appearance.


I drive a Skoda Octavia VRS, and one of the things I still like most about it is its green brake callipers (sad I know). This will only work if you have got some discussed alloys that are wide, but it'll give your car that sporty look that is certain. Brake calliper paint can be obtained as a pot of paint or either a spray can. You'll probably have to take your wheels off to employ it.

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