When it comes to Christmas decorations, most people tend to think of a nicely decorated home with bright lights. At SafeAuto, since we offer affordable car insurance, we always keep an eye our for amazing Christmas car decorations!
You heard us right. We think it is just grand when we see a vehicle on the road that is in the holiday spirit! While Santa Claus can’t come down the chimney in a car, who says he can’t slide in through the sun roof of an automobile that is decked with decorations?
Below is a list of three vehicles that did a great job of getting in the holiday spirit this season!
- This GMC truck is a big boy to begin with and often gets noticed on the road without any bells our whistles. After adding amazing holiday lights on the entire truck, many people may wonder whether this has replaced Santa’s sleigh as the official vehicle of Santa Claus.
- Not only is this vehicle eco-friendly, it reminds people on the road of a cute little present! With the bow on the front bumper and the Santa hat on top, this car puts a smile on all drivers faces during the holiday time. Are only worry though is that Santa takes it easy on the cookies this Christmas season so he can fit comfortably into the vehicle! If Mr. and Mrs. Claus want to both fit nicely into a car, they might consider driving a different car.
- Any time you can put a Christmas tree on top of a car, you will make our list for one of the best Christmas car decorations. There is even precise detail on the decoration of the tree, which gives this limousine even more bonus points. Hopefully the driver has taken into consideration the consequences of driving under a low tunnel though! We’ve always thought a limo ride sounds like fun. Add in the fact that there is a giant Christmas tree on top of your ride and it just makes it that much better!
If you have a car that is decorated for the holiday season, we’d love to see it! You can tweet it to @SafeAuto on Twitter. From everyone at SafeAuto Insurance, we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday!
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