5. Do Not Provide Unsolicited History Lessons
Another big no/no at a car show is to start delivering an unsolicited history lesson about your personal experiences with owning the same vehicle back in 1994. Although many car owners may appreciate sharing their experiences with you regarding their particular make and model of automobile, you should wait for them to ask you about your experiences after mentioning that you once owned the same vehicle. If the car owner does not ask you, then they probably either do not want to talk a lot right now, or they may simply not have enough time to share with you right now. If you start to have a good conversation with the car owner, then share your thoughts and past experiences as much as you feel is appropriate.