Is your vehicle a rolling waste-basket? I have known people who have left food wrappers, old newspapers and bills, and other garbage inside their cars. Dust and pet hair are stuck on beverage splashed dashboards, air vents spit crumbs, old bottles, bags and containers are shoved under seats, and mud and other debris have found homes on seats and floors. And that's just the inside of the vehicle. Is this you?
You don't have to drive a new car, or even a pretty one, to drive a clean car.
Take care of the mechanical basics, like new spark plugs, decent tires (with enough air in them), fresh oil and water.
Clean out the glove compartment and the trunk.
Wash and vacuum the whole car. Get some rugs for muddy feet in the winter.
Hang a pretty little natural air freshener somewhere inside.
Place a picture of someone you love on your visor.
Your energy wellness is affected by the things you own. Take care of your vehicle and it will take care of you.