To an enthusiast who loves modifying his ride, a car is also an expression of who he (or she) is. How a car is souped-up and aesthetically enhanced is a reflection of its owner’s personality.
Most motorists, on the other hand, are content to express themselves by fixing decals on their car windows or body panels. The Singapore flag, for instance, is “worn” on wing mirrors during the month of August.
It’s also quite common to see window stickers advertising radio stations, aftermarket tuning brands and product logos, such as Apple and Android.
People also fix decals on their cars to display their support for a charitable cause. Some cars have yellow ribbons for the Yellow Ribbon Project or a blood donation sticker from the Singapore Red Cross.
But if you prefer a more subtle approach to displaying your support for causes, then you could purchase a set of pink tyre valve caps for $4 from Bridgestone, which will donate all proceeds to Breast Cancer Foundation.
Tyre valve caps are a car’s smallest exterior components. So even if you’re the type who doesn’t wish to display anything on your car except your road tax disc and season parking label, those pink valve caps are sure to go unnoticed.
If you’d like to grab a set (or more) of those valve caps, you can do so at any of the 25 participating Bridgestone dealers. You can also purchase them during Bridgestone’s donation drive roadshows at Jurong Point Shopping Centre – Takeaway Alley, Level 1, which will be held on Oct 1 and Oct 15.
You can find more information about Bridgestone’s initiative here.