‘Tis the Season: Holiday Car Decorations

Trust Auto Blog

It’s time to deck the halls, and you go all out at home… but why stop there? More Americans travel during the holiday season than any other time during the year, so why not show your holiday spirit all season long as you drive down the road with some of these festive car decorations (that won’t scratch the paint or leave any marks on your vehicle!).

1. Rudolph Nose and Antlers

You can pick these festive decorations up at almost any auto store, Walmart , Target and Amazon this season.  Attach the nose to your car’s grill using wire ties and the antlers safely hook onto your windows or door frame.

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2. Garland and Wreaths

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Get festive with decking your car out with wreaths or garlands! Easily attach wreaths to your car’s grill with red ribbon or zip ties. If you want to get super festive, use a battery-powered pre-lit wreath to help light the way this holiday season!

3. Car Paint

Window painting, large vintage lightbulbs

Just like people write “Just Married!” on vehicle windows, get in the holiday spirit and use your creativity to draw and write holiday sayings on your vehicle’s windows.  These paint pens can be easily washed off and don’t block your vision while you’re driving.

4. Window Decals and Magnets

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Throwback to the 90’s with window decals! Meant for windows and glass doors, switch things up and use them in your car. Stick them on the inside of the window and smooth out any air bubbles.  Magnets are another great way to add some holiday spirit to your car. Find some cute ones on Amazon!

5. Festive Steering Wheel and Seat Covers

If you aren’t big on decorating the exterior of your car, but still want to spread holiday cheer, try adding holiday seat covers and a steering wheel cover! This also doubles as a way to keep your hands warmer on your steering wheel during the cold months. image 0

 

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