Let’s say you’re buying a new car. I’m talking brand spankin’ new, fresh off the lot. It’s so new that it’s got a full eighty thousand and eighty-five miles to go before you can chortle over the odometer reading saying BOOBS. Plus, it still has that new car smell, which is probably carcinogenic.
What would you immediately do to change or improve it? New cars typically require so little that it’s hard to come up with a feature or protective cover that they don’t already have driving off the lot – including that gosh darn dandy undercoating, dontchaknow. But there must be something that you see as an addition to even the newest of cars, either to mark it as your territory, or just because your dad always did that.
Maybe it’s a new set of wheels because the one place your favored car maker lets you down is in the designs of their corner fillers? Or perhaps it’s the addition of one of those fancy pants G-meters that will tell you how fast you went around the last corner, as if the double decaf latte now soaking into the passenger footwell carpet wasn’t indictor enough. What do you think is the best modification you can make to a brand new car?
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