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      Safety Updates for Classic Cars

      February 28, 2020
      By: Discovery

      Photo By: Tomasz Zajda

      Photo By: tzahiV

      Photo By: Richard Drury

      Photo By: Katja Kircher

      Photo By: Jack Adams


      Taking a night time drive in your classic car can be made safer by updating your car's headlights.

      Backup Camera

      The most modern of the list, this option is a safety measure required in most cars manufactured today. Make this update and feel safe backing out of your driveway.


      Talk to your mechanic about your brake options. Brakes are an easy way to make your new vintage car just a little bit safer.

      Seat Belts

      Though standard in most older cars, even some vintage classics, a seatbelt update can insure safety for you and your passengers.


      Investing in new performance tires for your classic car will help your it handle a variety of road conditions safely.

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