With cars being left undriven on forecourts for considerable time and the increased need for interior sanitisation, keeping cars clean and fresh is a top priority. We take a look at some of the top cleaning products to get your cars back in tip top condition and keep the interiors sparkling.
According to used car price specialists Cazana, purchase of large petrol cars has gone up by two per cent, the luxury petrol car sector has risen 1.13 per cent, small petrol cars are up 0.4 per cent and medium petrol cars a fraction at 0.09 per cent. Auto Trader recently told Car Dealer Magazine that used car prices have held firm during the lockdown – with some marginally rising. So, with your forecourts opening up to the public once more, now is a great time to rejuvenate your stock.
As you get to work on your cars, you might also want to check your motor trade insurance or car dealership policy to make sure you are covered for any liability just in case of any accidental damage while doing the spruce up.
Making a Checklist
Before you begin your interior cleaning regime it pays to make a checklist of those vehicle areas that need extra special attention. These include:
Products for Cleaning
Taking out a part-time motor trade insurance policy is ideal for anyone who already has another occupation outside of the motor trade and buys or sells vehicles or works on them either as a business or even a hobby.
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