Halloween is almost here, and we’re certain that you have all the components of your costume ready to go for your parties or trick or treating with the kids. However, it isn’t too late to step up your Halloween game. A great Halloween trend happening in Brockton, Randolph, Stoughton, and all over the country this year is dressing up your vehicle for the year’s spookiest day. If you’re looking to step up your Halloween costume game, here’s a list of ways to dress up your vehicle for the ultimate Halloween costume for you and your family.
The easiest way to dress up your car for Halloween is dressing them up like famous car characters. For example, if you have a Nissan Titan it won’t be hard to dress like Mater from the movie Cars. All you have to do is dirty it up with some mud (to make it a little brown) and add paper eyes and a goofy smile to make the perfect Mater.
If you have a red Nissan Altima, you can create Lightning McQueen, also from Cars. Just add some eyes and a smile to the front of your car and place racing stripes around the outside of the vehicle. Best of all, decorating your car as these two characters can serve as a great experience for your kids as well. They’ll surely be excited to see their favorite characters come to life in front of their eyes.
You can also use your car as a prop to your costume. For example, you can dress your vehicle up as Ecto-1 and you can arrive to your party as a Ghostbuster from the movie Ghostbusters, creating the complete costume that you can show off to everyone.
Like the holidays, Halloween is a time of outdoor decorations. From scary spiders to jack o lanterns, it’s all outside for you to see. So if you’ve dressed and decorated your entire front lawn with spooky ghouls and scary monsters, why not add your vehicle to the mix. This decoration can work with any of the new Nissan models. What you can do to dirty up your car is add cotton spider webs to the outside of the car and place a broken window decal to your windows and windshield to turn your car into a spooky prop. For added scares, you can either place a skeleton inside of the driver’s seat, or dress yourself up as a zombie and jump out when trick or treaters come by.
If going all out in decorations isn’t really your thing, then there are always simple decorations you can add to your car to show your Halloween spirit. With decal stickers, you have the liberty to place them anywhere on your car. Plus you have a wide array of designs you can choose from, from witches to black cats. Best of all, these stickers are not permanent, and don’t take up your entire day to install.
With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about how you can step up your costumes. Using your vehicle and the tips above, you can show everyone in Stoughton, Brockton, and Randolph and other areas your Halloween spirit.
If you’re interested in driving home any of the Nissan models listed above, be sure to come in to Nissan 24 and schedule your test drive today.