So you've got the great new vehicle you're excited about and ready to use, but maybe you're wondering what else you can add to it to really claim it as your own and make it really great. The list below gives you some ideas for things for your new car to help make it more functional and really yours.
A car organizer, with pockets to store things in, will help keep you organized and your vehicle clean. Here you can keep garage door remote controls, road maps, paperwork, napkins, chapstick, and all the other little things that end up littered around your vehicle.
An air freshener may seem like a small silly thing, but for a new vehicle it's really essential to combat the new car smell, and even if it's a used one that's just new to you eventually you'll start to notice that it doesn't really smell like you yet. You can get air fresheners that hook on the vents in your car and run the air, it'll fill the car up with a preferable scent soon enough.
There is a wide variety of seat covers out there, and you are sure to find one that fits your personality. These aren't just meant to help stamp your personality on your vehicle though, they're very practical to help protect your seats from damage--especially if you have kids.
One of the most functional and fun things you need for your new car is a GPS. These systems are becoming so easy to use with so many great features they're becoming hard to pass up. You can have one installed in your dashboard or get a portable device that you can easily take between vehicles or use when you're walking around an unfamiliar area. These can be mounted on your dashboard with a sturdy suction cup or hooked up to your windshield.
The newer devices have great features like touch screens, the ability to find the nearest gas station or hospital for you, you can choose between going the fastest way or shortest distance and have your device avoid toll roads or highways for you. This lets you get where you need to go, the way you like to travel there.
The four things for your new car to make it yours above are all fun ways to settle into your new vehicle and get the most out of it.