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There are many types of car accessories available in stores and online. Some add more personality to your car than others, though! Here are our picks for accessories that give your car that little something special.
The Hula Girl (above):
The Hula Girl on the dashboard started to become a popular Hawaiian souvenir after World War II when soldiers and visiting tourists started bringing them back. The first group to adopt the fad were surfers and beach-goers, particularly in California. Today, it symbolizes the relaxation and chill of being on Island Time. Just make sure to check your local laws to make sure they are allowed!
Stickers are a quick and easy way to give your car some personality. Whether you are rocking a Flower Child Van from the 60s or a mini-van, stickers can show support (ribbons), family (stick figure families), disdain (politics), and more. You don’t even have to commit to stickers anymore – many designs are available in non-permanent magnets!
Is your car fun, feminine, and flirty? Then car eyelashes may be for you! You’ll turn heads no matter where you go. They come in all different colors like black, chrome, pink, and some even glow in the dark.
Show your holiday spirit by decorating your car! Some people go with the antlers and Rudolph nose look, others only show one antler for Max, the Grinch’s dog. If you have a larger grill area, you can carefully attach decorations like wreaths, traditional decorations, and stuffed animals. Make sure that things are very securely attached, though – you don’t want it to fly off while you are on the freeway at 60 mph!
Show your patriotism by displaying a flag on your car or truck. They can be small and in the front (see below for an example), or larger and in the back. Some companies also make car flags that hang from the windows of the vehicle. Check your local laws and ordinances to make sure they are allowed.
We would argue that mud on your car is an accessory. It tells people that you are not afraid to go off the beaten path and make your own roads.
When you’re ready to wash off the mud, hopefully you have treated your tires and wheels with Wipe New! Wipe New Brake Dust Defender and Wipe New Tires work together to help keep the shine alive on your wheels. Apply Brake Dust Defender to your hubcaps to help protect against road salt, brake dust, grime, and corrosion, while Wipe New Tires keep your tires as showroom new as your car! Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom nor dozens of car washes will stop Wipe New Tires from keeping your tires better than new for a full six months.
Others Car Accessories with personality include:
Custom gear shift knobs
Tow hitch covers
Under car lighting
Band-Aids for dings and dents.