10 Most Romantic Valentine's Day Car Gifts for Your Guy Under $100
As women, we’re not really looking for a Valentine’s gift that came from a store’s automotive aisle. To a man, on the other hand, it can be a total turn-on. "You can bet a guy loves his car, and quite possibly more than he loves you, so if you get him something that will help take care of his baby, you’ll definitely score points with him," Autobytel Editor Chris Bormann says.
So spare yourself the effort of putting together the most romantic and sweetest gift ever ("I don’t save, nor do I care about, any of that stuff," Bormann says), and use this guide to give your man what he really wants–at least just for this one day.
Car Wash Kit
Headlight Restoration Kit
One thing all guys can't stand is yellowing, filmy headlights. “I hate dull, nasty headlights; I want my headlights nice and clean!” says Autobytel Editor Tuner Tom, who recently purchased his own kit.
Help out your guy even more and refer him to our video demonstration of the product.
Diagnostic Scan Tool
Instead of making a costly trip to the auto shop whenever the check engine light goes on, your man can troubleshoot the problem himself with his own diagnostic scan tool. And the best part of the deal is that he can use the money he saved to take you to dinner.
Mechanics Tool Set
Having jumper cables is one thing, but equipping your man with his own jump starter ensures that he doesn’t have to rely on the goodwill of strangers to give him a start. That also means he’ll be able to get home to you that much quicker.
Stanley 500-Amp Jump Starter with Compressor - $79.99 at Wal-Mart.
Help your guy stay under the radar while he’s driving with this handy tool that allows him to track whether his speed is being monitored by the authorities. Staying out of trouble will keep his car a safe, happy place. Just be sure to check your state's laws regarding usage before buying; nothing strains a relationship like a ticket!
Give your man a certificate to get his baby pampered. Akin to a spa day for us ladies, he’ll love seeing his car coming out looking refreshed, rejuvenated, and 5 years younger.
Go to your local auto detailer and you'll be able to find a detailing package for $100 or less.
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