With social distancing and staying safe a priority, Halloween will obviously be a bit different this year. But there are still plenty of frightfully fun festivities you and your family can take part in, including decorating your truck for the spooky season.
A simple way to show off your Halloween spirit is to decorate the outside of your truck the same way you might decorate your house. Add stickers and decals, write spooky messages with car-safe paint, and even add decorations like fake spiders and cobwebs. Turn your pickup’s bed into a cemetery with fake tombstones and other props. Driving around Mechanicsburg, Ohio, in your terrifying truck is sure to attract attention and spread some seasonal joy.
If you’re feeling extra ambitious, gather some Halloween decorations and turn your truck’s cabin into a haunted house. Family drives will be extra creepy with hanging bats and spooky stickers surrounding your passengers. Share the frights with onlookers by having a skeleton or monster peeking through your back window.
Finally, let your creativity shine by taking part in a Trunk-or-Treat event. These family-friendly gatherings are a great way to have a scary good time while still staying socially distant. Families decorate their vehicles in whatever way they want, and dress up to partake in the Halloween tradition of passing out candy. With a little imagination, some arts and crafts, and a healthy dose of Halloween spirit, you and your loved ones can still have some freaky fun this fall.
Have a happy (and healthy) Halloween, from all of us here at Dave Kehl Chevrolet!