The normal wear and tear of car parts are expected. Hence, the depreciation rate of a car is highest in the first 2 years of driving it out of an auto dealership. The resale value of a car is affected by its depreciation cost as well as any damage to the vehicle. Here are some tips to protect your car against unexpected damages.
If you are a resident of a storm, flood or hurricane-prone region, here are some unusual yet genius tips to help protect your car from unexpected weather damage:
During riots, vehicles are the first to be targeted by miscreants. The vehicle damages incurred as a result of vandalism can bring down the resale value of your car. To protect your car against vandalism take the following security measures:
Rodents like squirrels are attracted to vehicles as they provide a warm nesting spot. Squirrels are in the habit of gnawing on things (wires under the hood of your car or brake wires under the car) to check the growth of your teeth.
Vehicle fires are not only damaging to your car but also life-threatening. Here are some steps you can take to prevent car fire:
Preparing for a disaster can prevent your car from major damages. What’s more, a comprehensive car insurance policy can protect you against any vehicle damage incurred as a result of bad weather conditions, auto theft, vandalism, etc. Keep your car insurance documents handy. Renew your car insurance policy on time in order to receive continuous protection.