They See Me Rollin’: 8 Achievable Ways to DIY Trick Out Your Car

Looking to turn your ride into something a little more masculine? Check out these simple ways to pimp your car which you totally do yourself! 

Your car is anextension of you. If you drive a lame car — well, you don’t want to drive a lame car. 

If you’re wondering how to pimp your car to get the attention you want, then we are here to help you. Continue reading this article to learn the different ways you can pimp out your car. 

  1. Headlight Covers

Your car headlights have a lot to do with how your car looks. If they are dingy and dirty, it is going to make your whole car look bad. Keeping them clean is important, but putting headlight covers on your car can make your car look like a whole new vehicle. 

The most common thing to do when putting on headlight covers is blacking out the lights. You can black out your car’s lights by using tinted black translucent headlight covers. 

These covers look black until you turn on the headlights, so they don’t get in the way of your road lighting abilities. Besides making your look cool, they also protect your car’s headlight assembly from debris, dirt, and oxidation. 

  1. Upgrading the Wheels

Upgrading your car’s wheels is a great way to make your cool look cool. While standard wheels might function fine, they can make your car look anything but exciting. 

Before looking at the new wheels you want, likefuel wheels, make sure you know what size wheels you need. If you aren’t sure — ask a professional. Using the wrong wheels can cause serious problems with your vehicle. 

If you’re considering buying used wheels, make sure you buy from a reputable source. 

  1. Interior LED Lighting

Putting interior LED lighting in your car helps you add a splash of color in your car and light up the features you want to show off. Most LED lights for cars are on light strips, so it won’t be hard for you to install them. 

For the best look for your car, don’t put the LED lighting strips where you can see them. Instead, put the LED lighting strips underneath areas like the floor mats where you can only see that cool glow. 

  1. Car Seat Covers

Using car seat covers in your car is one of the easiest ways to give your car’s interior an upgrade. 

When choosing your car seat covers, there are a lot of different materials to choose from. Look for covers that are going to be durable and comfortable vs. just covers that look good. 

Keep in mind that all seats are not the same size, so you’ll need to figure out what size car seat cover your vehicle needs. 

  1. Wrap Your Car

Do you feel like changing up your car’s exterior, but you don’t want to change the paint job? Painting your car can be really expensive, so doing a car wrap might be the best route to go. 

While wrapping your car isn’t exactly inexpensive, it is less pricey than paying to have your entire car repainted. 

Car wraps change your vehicle into any color you want, and you can even choose cool graphic designs that make your car look out of this world awesome. You can choose to wrap your entire car, or you might want to only do part of it and use the wraps to accent your vehicle. 

  1. Aftermarket Audio Options

The only people that will think audio can’t upgrade the look of a car are those that aren’t true motorheads. Even those that have seen the Fast and the Furious know that audio makes a major difference in the look of the car. 

Audio upgrades can cost a pretty penny, but as you work to upgrade your vehicle, you’ll start to see just how much it is going to change your vehicle. The new layouts and the fancy displays make your car look futuristic. 

  1. Window Tinting

Window tinting doesn’t just protect your car’s interior — it looks really cool.  

You have quite a few options when you’re choosing the right tint for your car. 

There are infrared films that block the same amount of UV rays, but they are very easy to see through. If your state has strict tinting rules, then this might be a good option for you. 

The other options you have are: 

  • Carbon films 
  • Coating tinting 
  • OEM tinting 

Do your research on which type works best for your car, your desires, and your state before you make your choice. 

  1. Console Cover

Upgrading your console cover in your car looks really cool, but make sure it is comfortable. If you use your console as an arm prop a lot, the last thing you want is to put bulky embellishments on your console cover and make it irritate your elbows. 

You don’t have to be too fancy with your console cover if you’re worried about hurting your arms. There are a lot of different colored cloth covers you can put over your console to make sure it’s not only looking good but that it is protected. 

Since console covers are so small, they aren’t expensive, and they are easy to install if you’re just getting one to put over your console. If you’re having the whole thing replaced — that’s a horse of a different color. 

Trick Out Your Car Like a Pro 

Now you know cool ways to trick out your car, so it looks as cool as possible. Having a rad ride will allow you to get attention and feel good about what you drive. 

Do you want to learn more about cars and other cool topics? Keep reading through our site to get the information you need. 

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