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5 Simple Ways to Decorate your Vehicle for Christmas

It’s that time of year again. Stockings hung with care, Christmas lights are going up, eggnog is being shared in every flavor, decorations everywhere! It seems that decorations are coming up earlier each year. For some, it truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Time for family, food, bring on the festivities! Whether you live in a house or an apartment, come December 1st it’s time to take down the boxes marked: “Christmas Decorations”.

But, what about your vehicle? Do only the brave deck out their rides? Maybe, maybe not. If you want to take it a step further, and bring some holiday cheer to your ride, we have some ideas.

Below are 5 simple ways that you can decorate your car this year:

  1. Reindeer Antler Kit–Santa isn’t the only one that needs Rudolph to escort him. These are simple and can usually be found at your local Wal-Mart or Target. Amazon even has a Rudolph kit that includes antlers and a red nose that goes on front of the car.
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2. Wreath or Red Bow–Wreaths have made their fame by being placed on the front door, but there are wreaths that can be placed on the front of your car.
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3. Lights–Nowadays there are more battery-operated lights, these can be used across your dash or even wrapped around bed of the truck. Just be sure that its not a hazard or too big of a distraction while your driving. Safety is important!
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4. Elf Legs–They usually hang out the truck of the car. Very simple and fun. If you have kids, they will love this! This also can be found at local stores or online.
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5. Decals or Clings–Very simple and goes on the window. Santa riding around with you might get some double takes when driving down the highway.
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So, now you have some ideas. Spread some cheer. Drive safe this season, and happy holidays to you and your family!—Leasing Associates