Now that it's November, it's technically appropriate to start decorating for Christmas, right? If you're planning to do some road travel for the holidays or spend a lot of time driving in general, you should think about decking out your car for the holidays. Holiday car decor doesn't have to be elaborate, as long as it helps you get into the festive spirit! We've put together a list of cute ways to accessorize your car for the holidays!
Rudolph nose and antlers
This one's a classic, and you've probably seen them on the road before. There are plenty of auto shops and superstores (including Amazon) that sell car antlers this time of year. If you can't find Rudolph's nose for the front of your car, you can look for an extra-large red pom-pom or puff at a local crafts store.
Window decals are made to apply and remove from your auto glass. They are super easy, mess-free, and worry-free. It's an excellent option for those who don't want to put forth too much thought and time but still want to show their holiday cheer.
People often decorate their house with lights, so why not your vehicle? Make sure your lights are tightly secured and safe when driving!
Garland might be a more accessible and eco-friendlier alternative to holiday lights, yet they can still give you that shine and sparkle. You can use a small wreath or ribbons to spice things up in addition to the garland.
All you need to grab is some washable auto paint pens. This would be a fun activity to do with your loved ones. It's a great way to get creative, so let your imagination loose and show off your different snowflakes, snowmen, and other festive designs on your vehicle.
When personalizing your car for the holidays, please remember not to block the driver's line of sight. Other than that, we would love to see what cool holiday decorations you put on your cars this year. If your vehicle needs any services or repairs before the holiday commences, we invite you to Complete Automotive Repair Specialists LLC! You can reach us at (860) 852-4513 if you have any questions or concerns.