Happy Holidays from RightTurn

December comes chock full of so many great holidays. What do cars and holidays have to do with each other? It turns out that there’s a lot that you can do with your automobile to celebrate the season. RightTurn has some ideas for you to keep that spark ignited between you and your car throughout the holidays.

Decorate Your Car for Christmas
Holiday car decorations are a great way to show off your spirit. There’s no wrong way to deck out your vehicle—so long as you don’t block your view of the road.

Holiday Car Craft Ideas
If you need to replace your tires anyway, you might like making a tire Christmas wreath from one of the old ones to hang on your home. You could even make a holiday-themed spare tire cover for your SUV. Time to get the glitter!

Christmas Car Decorations
You don’t have to be an artist to want to make your vehicle look festive. Fortunately, you can also buy a set of antlers and a big red nose for your car or truck, making it look like a giant reindeer for the holidays.

Participate in Seasonal Festivities
Once you’ve dressed your car up for the holidays, you may want to take it somewhere special. Since most restaurants don’t have large enough tables to accommodate an automobile, no matter how well-dressed, you might like to go to a car show or parade together instead.

Holiday Car Shows
If you have a classic car or muscle car to show off this season, you will find no shortage of venues to do so. Tree lighting ceremonies and New Year’s Eve festivals across the United States tend to feature a variety of cars on parade. Even if you can’t sign your car up, you can often take in many of the sights for free.

Hanukkah Car Parades
Regardless of how you spell it, Hanukkah or Chanukah, there are car-related festivities specific to this eight-day holiday as well. In recent years, Chanukah car menorah parades have grown in popularity. The first such parade originated in New York in the 1970s, and Cleveland, Ohio, started the tradition just this year.

As if cars with gigantic candles on them weren’t cool enough, the now-huge New York City event also features dozens of Mizvah tanks, made from old motor homes, which travel throughout the city doing good deeds.

Make Holiday Car Memes
This month also features scores of holiday car specials to match all the festivities. As a result, folks on the Internet have created a lot of funny memes to go along with these holiday auto sales events. If staying in is more your speed during the holidays, then making and browsing all these car memes may be right up your alley.

No matter how you prefer to bestow the season’s greetings, the good news is that RightTurn.com is here to follow up your holiday automotive purchases by matching you with some great tires. In fact, gifting a new set of tires can be a great way to wish a loved one Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and Happy New Year all in one!

  • WebberJ

    Reminds me of our neighbor who decorated his jeep with at least a thousand Christmas lights and running around the neighborhood every night until Christmas and the kids love it.