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How to Accessories Your Car

Hello! My name is Andy. When I purchased my first car, I didn't really think about how I could accessorise it. I was so focused on making sure that I the tyres were inflated to the correct pressure, that the engine was in good condition and the exhaust system was working well. However, one day when I was driving around the streets of Sydney, I noticed a guy in the same model car as me. However, his looked much better. It had customised seat covers, a metal gear shift stick and custom decals on the bodywork. I got talking with him, and he recommended a place I could buy my own auto accessories. Now, my car looks great. I decided to start this blog so I could share my passion for auto accessories with others.


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Why Use an Enclosed Car Trailer For an Interstate Move?

If you're moving to a new state and have two vehicles, then you can use a car trailer to get both of them to your new home at the same time. Here, you use one car to tow a trailer that contains the other vehicle.

While you can simply load your second vehicle onto an open car trailer, you can also buy an enclosed model. This trailer looks kind of like a large box. You drive the car into it and close it up.

What are the advantages of using an enclosed car trailer?

Protect Your Towed Car From Damage

If you tow a car on an open trailer, then the car is secured to the base of the unit, but it has no real protection. The car is out in the open. If you have a long drive ahead of you, then the car will get dusty and dirty. It might also get damaged on the drive.

For example, the car you're driving might run over road chips, pieces of gravel and stones. These pieces of debris might not damage the car you're in. However, they could fly up and back and hit the car on the trailer.

You could end up with some cosmetic damage if this happens. For example, a stone could scratch or dent the car's paintwork. It could even ding the windscreen hard enough to chip it.

If you use an enclosed trailer, then the car is protected inside its box cover. It'll stay clean through the drive. Any debris that does fly behind your car will simply bounce off the trailer's sides and top.

Make Your Towed Car More Secure

While an open trailer keeps a car safe, it has one security flaw. You can see the car on the trailer.

If you are towing a high-value or marque model, then you might not feel comfortable having the car on show like this. You might worry that someone will try to steal it while you're having a rest stop or an overnight stay.

Even a standard car that would have a quick resale value will be attractive to some car thieves. If they have the right skills and experience, then they can get the car off the trailer or the trailer off your car.

If you use an enclosed car trailer, then nobody can see what you are towing. Your car is held more securely in its covering box. It is less likely to attract opportunistic thieves.

To see some examples of enclosed trailers, contact car trailer suppliers.