Decorating Your Ride for Halloween

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Spook your passengers this Halloween season, or simply express your Halloween pride, by decorating your Newnan Buick. There are lots of different ways you can do this. If you need a few ideas of how to decorate your ride, here are some easy things to do for both the inside and outside of your vehicle.

Getting into the festive spirit doesn’t have to be expensive. The dollar store can be your best friend for cheap decorations that go a long way. Turn your back window into a spooky theme. Simply purchase fake cobwebs and a bag of plastic spiders. You can also look for small coffins that will easily lay down in the back window. Spread the cobweb out and add your creepy crawlers along with your coffins. This is not only enjoyable to passengers, but other drives can see your spectacular spider cemetery while driving buy. You can even go as far as to add spider webs to the ceiling of your car and gently weave the plastic spiders through the webbing.

Create a spooktacular Halloween playlist that everyone can sing along to when they ride in your car. Not sure what to add to it? Here are some of the classic seasonal songs to get you started.

  • Ghostbusters, Ray Parker Jr.
  • Werewolves of London, Warren Zevon
  • Monster Mash, Bobby Boris
  • Thriller, Michael Jackson

The sense of smell is a wondrous thing that can help get everyone in the spirit. Stop by your local retailer and grab some festive car air fresheners. You can never go wrong with apple cinnamon or spiced pumpkin this time of year. Now that you’ve got into the Halloween spirit in the interior, lets work on your car’s exterior.

Grab some decals that can easily be stuck to your window. Look for small ones so they don’t block your vision. Look for the easy peel and stick decals with words such as “Do Not Enter” or fun shapes like bats and pumpkins. Apply them to your windows. Another great touch is fake severed body parts made for car trunks. These are great for adding that extra touch to your vehicle’s overall Halloween décor. When placing these, be sure they don’t cover your license plate.

Remember to have fun with your SouthTowne Motors vehicle this year.

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