As a car owner, you would love to see yours in the best possible shape all the time. But, sometimes it begins to suffer a lot of wear and tear especially if you drive it for long distances, and if you do that every day of the month. This way, you will have to change the engine oil more frequently, and the oil filter will go with it as well. The suspension will have to be checked more frequently as it might need adjustment. The more your drive, the more maintenance it will require, as a general rule. Have the suspension checked and ask if you could add H&R spacers to it to add more comfort to the ride of the car. The opinion of the mechanic may differ from car to car. Also, note that the overall condition of the car will also be taken into consideration. The suspension is one of the fragile parts of any car, not because it is made that way, but simply because it is always being used. Same goes for tires so you will have to check the air pressure more often to ensure that the tires are in great shape. In case of low air pressure, you must have those checked immediately else you might end up having punctured tires.
What about rims?
Most modern cars use wheel rims today, but some models are also equipped with general style wheel caps. It depends upon the model and the brand of the car that you have purchased. You can add aftermarket tires and rims if you like, but there is a caveat. You will have to examine those from a reputable dealer before you decide to install them in your car. Also, the overall size or tire is equally important. You can always think about having those installed if you are having any issues with grip and alignment of the car. Alignment can be adjusted, but road grip is important, and an old tire will continue to lose its grip always. If yours are wearing out, it is best to install fresh ones.
Also, adding rims to the tire adds a firm grip. You should look to install those that fit well into the car. To make that happen, always consider the width and height of the tire. It could be anything from 12 inches to 17 inches or more in some cases, so you better find out more on this with your mechanic.