When you see that minivan cruising down the freeway with its seasonal, silly car decor, whether it’s just reindeer antlers or a total make-over as Santa’s sleigh, you might laugh, but deep down you know you wish you’d thought to do something goofy this year. Luckily, there’s still time for Christmas 2015!
Even luckier still, there’s a very simple way to make your season’s greetings stand out wherever you go with our Vehicular Christmas Lights how-to guide:
Stringing lights on your car is easier than you might think, and you don’t need to shell out a bunch of dough for those expensive LED rope lights. All you need to do is pick up a 400-watt inverter and unravel those outdoor string lights from the box in your attic. Then, just string the lights securely to your vehicle and connect them to the inverter, and voila, it’s a Christmas miracle!
Having this silly car decor does come with a warning: Remember, this is electricity you’re dealing with, and we all know what happens when you mix an electric current with moisture. Car lights are best used in dry weather. Be safe and remove them if the forecast calls for rain, snow, or anything in between.