Decorating Your Car

For any die hard Christmas junkie, decorating your Chevy car or truck only makes sense. Decorating one’s car is rapidly growing in popularity for all those people who really love celebrating this festive time of year. If you want to decorate your vehicle but are not sure on how to go about it, here are a few ideas to get you started for the holiday season.

Is your favorite Christmas character Rudolph and his wonderful red nose that saved Christmas? Well if so, you’re in luck and your car can be your own person Rudolph. There are many Rudolph car kits that are sold that come with a red nose and two antlers. The nose is easily attached to the front of your car’s grill and the antlers hook over the sides of each window which transforms your car into your own person Rudolph.

It almost sounds completely unbelievable that now you can even have Christmas lights in your vehicle. These Christmas lights plug easily into your cigarette lighter and you then attach them to the windows in your car by adding suction cups. As a safety precaution, make sure to test out your lights before you go driving around town with them on. You don’t want them to be a distraction to both you and the other drivers on the road.

Window markers can be used to write on car windows and other surfaces and are easily removed afterwards. They come in an assortment of colors so try picking up a few festive ones such as green, red, and white. You can write Merry Christmas on the back of your car window along with drawing holiday pictures such as a snowman, a few Christmas trees, Santa and even Rudolph. Just make sure while drawing out your winter wonderland that it isn’t interfering. Be sure you can still see while driving. Safety should always be your number one concern while decorating your car for the holidays.

You can even add a few ornaments inside your car by hanging them inside with suction cups or even hang one or two on each of the hanger hooks you have already inside your car. Just refrain from using glass ornaments in case one happens to fall.

Happy Holidays from your friends at SouthTowne Motors.

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