A car builds an individual’s identity. This is why most people go for an appealing and great looking car. When it comes to appearance, the car’s interior and accessories are also equally important. To make sure that your car looks and represents you in the best manner, it surely involves much more than just a casual oil change, car wash or wax job. It requires accessories that are not considered overrated, which means assessing or estimating too highly. Accessories that will help your vehicle better represent you and reflect your unique personality as they deliver maximum power in the latest style. Here are three of the most overrated accessories in today’s vehicles.
1. Fake Chrome Spinning Hubcaps
Nothing makes a hubcap look worse than cheap, plastic, fake chrome. They were made to imitate spinner wheels but have now turned out to be the worst vehicle accessory ever built and are totally not worth the price.
2. Car Bras
Built for the front of a vehicle to protect the paint from scratches and chips, the car bra gets loosened after a period of time. It can also, without warning, cause damage to the paint of your vehicle, thus defeating the purpose of what it is actually supposed to do.
3. Bedazzled Car Accessories
These accessories are created to give a car a fashionable look. I know most people consider their car much more than just transportation. Because most people treat their car as a symbol that defines their personality, they want to provide it an upgrade that will transform their vehicle from ordinary to extraordinary. But not every accessory serves this purpose and I believe bedazzled car accessories are overrated ones that do not help in making a car look better.
Having described the top three overrated car accessories, now let us take a look at what the word ‘overrated’ actually means. Overrated can be defined as assessing or estimating too highly. What do you call overrated? The true answer lies with every individual’s personal beliefs and upbringing. Some people feel they want what they want and purchase what they want, but my question is, why stupidly spend? Purchasing poor design accessories that can make a car look a lot worse are the ones that car owners should just take a pass on. I purchased a car bra about six years ago and it loosened from the front flop and ended up damaging the paint on the front of my car. It proved not only unworthy but also over-charged me because I had to pay to fix the damage to the front of my car. All in all, I suggest keeping your car to a minimum of fanciness, limiting the extravagance that goes with beautifying your car, and most importantly, spend only towards value added accessories instead of fancy ones.