Make Your Partner Fall ‘Head Over Wheels In Love’

Posted on February 5th, 2013 by GEM Motoring Assist

Taking advantage of the most romantic day of the year, road safety organisation and breakdown cover company, GEM Motoring Assist suggests that the perfect route to winning over your loved one’s heart could be through the car.

For the best chance of charming your partner this Valentine’s Day, GEM advises on beginning under the bonnet. Checking and topping up oil and washer fluid levels means that they don’t have to, and making sure the fuel tank is full for them when they next drive the car will be a lovely surprise.

They say love is blind, but make sure visibility is 100% when it comes to the car windows. Give the windows a polish so the driver and passenger alike can see out of them perfectly. Wash the rest of the car too so it looks clean and smart for your Valentine.

GEM then recommends turning your attention to the heart of the car. By clearing out any clutter, dusting the dashboard and adding in a sweet smelling air freshener, the interior will sparkle for when your partner next gets in the car.

A final touch, GEM suggests, would be to place a dozen red roses on the front seat, or a single stem tucked across the steering wheel, to truly make your Valentine fall head over wheels in love.

David Williams MBE, CEO of GEM Motoring Assist, comments: “The car is often the setting for the beginning of that romantic evening out, or the finale to the perfect date, so first impressions are key. Offering a pleasant and romantic environment from the very start could mean the beginning of a beautiful journey together, rather than the end of the road for you and your partner.”

GEM’s Valentine’s Day favours:

  1. Make sure oil and washer fluid levels are topped up
  2. Leave a full tank of fuel for when your partner next uses the car
  3. Give the windows a good polish
  4. Wash the car to make it sparkle
  5. Clear out clutter from the interior
  6. Add sweet smelling air freshener
  7. Treat your partner to red roses on the dashboard