I own my truck and a 98 Dodge Ram has seen rather a crazy time over the previous 10 years. It started out as a sparkling clean machine that I learned just how to drive in. Liberty was the open highway and I might normally be seen in the road to and in the seashore with my surfboard in the bed.
Then came school and I began to play with a lot of music. The bed was packed with guitar and drum on a weekly basis and we traveled all around the California coast playing shows, so when we wanted it to the Dodge actually held up,. The amount of pals, girls, and random that piled in and out of that truck has really left its mark. Who knows what some folks have spilled in the cab of that truck.
The next period that came after school was my first full-time job, and I ‘d a building landscaping occupation. My truck got beat up, although it paid pretty well.
So where it stands now, there’s been several years of wear and tear inflicted on my truck and the resale value is so bad. Like to purchase a new Dodge Ram I’d and I’m going have more vehicle ownership experience and to make sure to take better care of this one now that I’m old. Below are some thoughts that I’m going to be sure to do, to help protect the value of my new truck over the forthcoming years:
– Get a truck bed liner to line inner rail places and the bed. I play music and load all sorts of materials in and from the bed weekly. With a bed liner, I can shield the bed from scratches and dings, thus down the road I’ll have a glossy conditioned bed. This will help preserve the value 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 tidy tool box and a nice would help me tremendously. And, it is going to decrease the damage that I will probably put on my new truck.
– A set of truck seat covers to cover the seats. So no matter who jumps out or in of my vehicle, I shall have a secure interior. If I determine to sell the truck down the road I could just remove the seats will look just like new and the seat covers!