How to Attend an Auto Show
Chris Pirillo gives you tips on how to handle an auto show experience.
How to attend an auto show
Because we got a top ten tips for the perfect auto show experience and as I am going over this I want you to either post this or just think it out. What was the first car you have owned and what if you never owned a car before? What is the first car you care to own? And then what kind of car you driving out would you recommend anyone of them or not. If you did not like it, this lists by the way is submitted by Michael Rivera.
Who is submitted a few list now he says that, this is what he write “I love cars about the age of three when I first learn to read a car magazine, infact I was able to play any car and give you the make model and year of the car, ability you still has today” Wow, I can remember what I could do at three years old. I am gone to a local autoshow in San Diego California for over 10 years now.
If you feel like I have enough experience to share with the rest of the community. How to have a good auto show experience as an attendy. Ten tips, number ten no wind to go knowing when to goes an important thing when you are going to an auto show. Do not expect to have a good experience in an hour or two. It takes me and this is again Michael about six hours on average to visit every exhibit an auto show.
And a lot of auto shows or larger one you have to take it more time to take in everything. So, be sure to spend most of the day or plan on spending most of the day of the auto show and get there early as parking lot fill up quick and exhibit become crowded. Plan to get late too, also try to go on a week days the shows most likely to less crowded during the week.
Number nine know who to bring. If you do go to the auto show with a companion be sure to know who you want to go with you. It is recommended that you bring someone with an interesting cars or someone who is in the market form. Otherwise things get quite boring for that person and will be detrimental to your experience hearing the person complain every five minutes. Also, children in auto show do not makes well in that is the kid has not interest in cars.
Number eight, look for ticket price deals. When I go to the auto show I look for deals on tickets and believe me they can be found everywhere my local newspapers had coupons for $5 offer the price and local grocery stores and fast food locations had coupons as well. So there are always a lot of ways to get to an auto show cheap.
Number seven have a plan when you arrive at the auto show do not just run for the first car you see. Have a plan of where you will start. I go to the nearest end of the show forum start from there going all the way the other side and then I turn around to view the other side until I reach the end that I begin at, just get a plan that is the button line. This makes a lot of easier to know what manufacturers you have seen already on those you have yet to see.
Number six paste your self, do not try to see every manufacturer one lap or the other, slow down, stop and rest if you need go to the bathroom, gets some food and drink. The cars will be there when you are ready to go and look at more again. If you are a leg or foot or however you choose to move around, if any of your body hurts it is best you just take a time out. Cars are not going anywhere at least anytime soon.
Number five get the info you want. Most people come to the auto show for two reasons, one to seat in the cars and seat them in person and two to get as much information they can from the reps there. Do not afraid to ask question of the reps at the auto show, I know there is strict no sales pressure policy in place at most every auto show. So, you should not have to worry about that.
Go head and ask the questions you want, sign up for more information and do not be afraid to talk to the representatives they are there for. Do not be afraid to get as many of those little car books that every manufacturer hands out either. I find then very useful as a car buff and if you do not like to carry them all get a bag. Bags are available for most of the exhibitors at the auto show just ask if you cannot find one.
Number four double back if needed. That kind of make sense sometimes you are getting left out in an exhibit because you are trying to get through all of them before time is up or if you have to go. Might be good to carry on some kind a notepad or write it done electronically to say I like to go back to this one. This is the location of it or mark if out off on the map if they have a layout. The most of the auto shows I had imagined would.
Number three visit the other attractions available at the show. Now a days auto show have extra attractions available the attendees. Some of these are put on by the manufactures while they are sponsored by the auto show. Anyway, they are almost all very interesting in can make an auto even better than already is, it is kind of neat. In fact, he is noting that his local auto show has two tests drive programs available. An off road course ,several demonstration and hold the exhibit dedicating to eco friendly tech in cars.
The first one like it in the US it is kind of neat, oh look in a whole flow that the floor flow a whole other floor dedicated to aftermarket accessories for cars. Wow! There is a lot more than just cars I guess or a lot more fun to be happening than just seating on the car show floor.
Number two visit certain auto makers at certain times at your average auto show almost every major auto maker will show up and have an exhibitor there, however, some higher profile exhibits will fill up sooner like Mercedes,. BMW, Porsche et cetera.
Or always have relatively less people. Visit the exhibit that have last people first and then visit the higher profile once when there are a less of people. Of course the crowd may never let up, same ages have to put up with all those other people while you are there.
And number one take your time. You know you are going there for a reason, you are interested, you are in the market, you got question to answer but if you are not relax while you are going through it.
You just going to feel rushed I mean there is no sense of experience, if you are just rushing through it. What is the point of going in the first place if you are just going to rush through it and experience to just rush and as I said you know I am not a car buff and neither is my wife but we enjoyed ourselves in a factor, not as car buzz but just taking it all in. We learned a little bit about what manufacturers had ready to come out or newer models, some newer tech inside of cars including hydrogen stuff. It was just an interest experience.
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