Auto Body Trends for 2013

Now that the Christmas holiday is behind us, it is time to relax and focus on the New Year.
2013 is right around the corner and perhaps you're thinking of New Year's resolutions. Many people put health goals on their list but what about health goals for your car.

Your vehicle is just as important as your own personal health, why not make goals for your car?
2013 marks a new time which means new goals, and a new opportunity to clean up the things that matter most to you.

Perhaps your vehicle has had a cracked windshield for quite some time now. Consider the new year a time to replace it.

The New Year is an ideal time to clean out the inside of your car. You could do a full detail cleaning of the inside and outside of the vehicle. In January, the start of the new year will help you feel refreshed and start the new year off on a good foot.

Auto Body Trends for 2013

Do you have a vehicle that has been damaged in the collision or dinged in an accident? If so fixing the auto body of your vehicle will help you feel better in the new year.
The car that is deemed broken makes it difficult to enjoy driving it, take this time to fix your vehicle and make sure it is properly repaired.

There's no time like the present, and when it comes to the new year and the new you, make sure your vehicle is up-to-date and new as well.

Other popular ideas for New Year goals are remodeling your car by giving it a new stereo system, interior or exterior paint job. You could do a paint job for makeover, which is also popular trend in the auto body industry. Many people choose to do a paint job at the start of the new year. This is because the new year is a time for fresh starts, repainting your car can add more value to its resale and it will also help you enjoy the refreshed look and feel. Paint jobs are common in the winter months, when people are feeling down and out. Giving your vehicle a paint job at an auto body shop will help prevent the winter blues.

Visit your local auto body shop to help with any of these issues so you can start 2013 off on the right foot, your car will thank you.

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Shannon Kaiser
About the Author:

For more auto body information visit O'Dell Auto Body Shop, a Portland, OR Auto Body Repair shop. Shannon Kaiser is a health writer.

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