I own my truck and a 98 dodge ram has seen rather a mad time over the previous 10 years. It started out as a sparkling clean machine that I learned just how to drive in. I would typically be seen and independence was the open highway in the road to and from the beach with my surfboard in the bed.
Then came college and I started to play lots of music. The bed was packed with guitar and drum on a weekly basis and we traveled all around the Sydney playing shows, so when we needed it to the Dodge actually held up,. The quantity of friends, ladies, and randoms that stacked in and out of that truck has really made its mark. Who knows what some folks have spilled in the cab of that truck.
The next phase that came after faculty was my first full-time job, and I had a construction landscaping occupation. It paid but my truck got beat up.
So where it stands now, there has been several years of wear and tear inflicted on my truck and the resale value is so bad. I’d like to buy a Dodge Ram that is new and I’m going have more vehicle ownership experience and to make sure you take better care of this one that I’m mature.
Here are a few notions that I’m going to make sure to do, to help shield the worth of my truck that is new over the coming years:
– Get a truck bed liner to line inner rail places and the bed. I still play music and load all sorts of stuff in and from the bed every week. With a bed liner, I could protect the bed from scratches and dings, thus down the road I am going to have a bed that is conditioned that is shiny. This will help preserve the worth of the vehicle
– Locate a truck tool box that’s for where the bed and the cab meet the perfect size. I’ve created a variety of dings inside my truck and in the bed over the landscaping years and a fine and tidy toolbox would help me enormously. And, it’ll reduce the damage that I shall probably put on my new truck
– A set of truck seat covers to cover the seats. So no matter who jumps in or out of my vehicle, I will have a safe interior. If I decide to sell the truck down the roadFree Posts, I can simply remove the seat covers and the seats can look as good as new!