‘Bachelor’ spoilers: Who is the next ‘Bachelorette’ 2014?

“Bachelor” spoilers have been all over the internet greatly in part to Reality Steve who loves to give fans the 411 long before the season ends. One of the spoilers involves the next “Bachelorette” and on Feb. 24, Hollywood Life reported who that is rumored to be. Apparently Andi Dorfman will take the helm — she and Juan Pablo will not end up together (in case you didn’t read the finale spoilers).

The selection of Andi has a lot of fans in an uproar — while a lot of people liked her on “The Bachelor,” most don’t see her as “The Bachelorette” and were really hoping for some “fresh meat” so to speak.

“Bachelor” spoilers revealed who Juan Pablo chooses at the end of this season but also what will happen moving forward with the popular ABC franchise. Andi Dorfman will begin filming her season on March 11 or 12. According to the report, the “official” announcement will air on “After the Final Rose,” which isn’t anything new. And the fact that the news was spoiled? Also nothing new.

Getting Your Car Prepared For Selling

Putting your best foot forward is always considered to be a good thing. Similar is the situation for getting your car prepared for sale. Your aim is to make your car look as attractive as possible to its prospective buyer’s along with remaining forthright with its history and condition. In order to get things cleared out, performing basic cleaning services and replacing fuses and bulbs will help eventually. In order to boost up your credibility, getting history report of your vehicle as well as maintenance records ready is a good thing to do. Following mentioned are some tips to increase your automotive impression.

Preparing your car

When you have decided to sell your car privately, it is wise to take cue from dealers and make your car appear as attractive as possible so that more and more buyers are appealed towards it. Following are the guidelines of preparing your car for sale.

Start the process by getting your car cleaned thoroughly. Remove the trunk clutters and other unwanted items in the interior of the car. Wash and then wax the body of the vehicle wipe the windows and windshield and vacuum the seat covers and floor mats as well as other interior surfaces. This can also be done by the help of a professional which can cost up to $25 – $50 for a simple car wash and from $100 – $200 for complete car cleaning including car wax, shampoo, etc.

Top every fluid level and replace all fuses and bulbs.

Inspections records should be arranged accordingly, if any. This indicates that the car is well maintained and that you are selling a reliable car.

You will have to present the vehicle history reports to the potential buyers so get one for your car. In this way you will be able to develop trust along with increasing your credibility. Other related services are available on the internet as well.

Most potential buyers would want the car to be inspected by a mechanic of their own choice. Getting the car checked by your own mechanic is a wise decision in order to avoid surprises which may lead to an unpleasant situation.

The car can also get examined by a third party service. These companies can verify the condition of your car at your home or at office along with verifying its status and description independently. The charges of these services are about $100. These service providers can be found in a local phone book or on the web as well.