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Old 06-25-2015, 05:51 PM   #1
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How to spoil my car so it knows I love it?

Hi guys,

This is my first post and it's a really easy one.

So I own a 1998 Hyundai Elantra. It's counting 305K on the odo and it's still going strong. I just finished a 2,5K roadtrip with no issues.

So I wanna know: How do I thank my car for being so reliable? You know, give it a little treat, a little attention. What the kind of love does my car wants? How do I tell my car "you're awesome and I wanna drive you for years to come"?

I'm top notch with oil changes, flushed my radiator, cleaned my fuel system, etc.

What's next? Thanks
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Re: How to spoil my car so it knows I love it?

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Hi guys,

This is my first post and it's a really easy one.

So I own a 1998 Hyundai Elantra. It's counting 305K on the odo and it's still going strong. I just finished a 2,5K roadtrip with no issues.

So I wanna know: How do I thank my car for being so reliable? You know, give it a little treat, a little attention. What the kind of love does my car wants? How do I tell my car "you're awesome and I wanna drive you for years to come"?

I'm top notch with oil changes, flushed my radiator, cleaned my fuel system, etc.

What's next? Thanks
Hi,

You may want to bring your car to a car spa. You may also want to do some interior decorating to your car. Hope those simple suggestion will help
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