Important to Understand

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Your Brand New Car Isn't Perfect

You’ve just dropped between $50,000 and $500,000 on a brand new vehicle. You’ve probably spent countless hours researching your new high-end sports car, luxury sedan, SUV or truck, and you’re thrilled to finally have it in your possession. And because it’s new you’ve got that extra-special warm glow inside, knowing it’s in perfectly pristine 

Except it’s not. Because the dirty secret lurking within your brand new vehicle’s paint is a vast array of countless scratches that have been dulling the exterior finish since before it left the factory. This is the ugly-yet-unavoidable reality of automotive production, requiring new vehicles be painted, polished and processed quickly, but not necessarily properly.

And if you think you’re car’s immune to this problem because it’s a high-end, limited production model wearing a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce or other ultra-premium badge, well, you’re wrong.