Girl holding candy in a pumpkin with the words - trick or treat

Halloween Car Decorations: Inspiration & Ideas

Girl holding candy in a pumpkin with the words - trick or treat

Make the most of Halloween by not only dressing yourself in costume, but also dressing up your car.

 

Decorating your car is a fun way to celebrate Halloween and show off your creative side. Whatever kind of car you drive, we’ve got Halloween car decorations’ ideas for you.

Decorating Trucks and SUVs

SUVs and trucks offer a lot of versatility when it comes to car decorations, because these are the cars you can make whole scenes within the trunk or bed. You can turn your truck bed into a graveyard with headstones and skeletons, for instance, or go a little more cheerful and create a seascape or pumpkin patch. There are all kinds of options, so check out some of these cool ideas!

Decorating a Car

If you drive a sedan or something smaller, you can still set up something in your trunk, or you could decorate the outside of the car. Some people get car-safe paint to spill over their hood in imitation of blood, with fake arms and chunks of flesh to really set the scene.

And since Pokemon is so hot right now, think about attaching ears or tails to your car to represent your favorite, like many do with reindeer horns during the holidays! A flaming tale on your red car for Charmander or a shell strapped to your blue car’s roof for Squirtle would definitely impress the neighborhood kids when they come by for trick or treat.

teacher Reading to Young Class - Ford Book Donations

Ford Book Donations Give 10,000 Books to Detroit Public Schools

teacher Reading to Young Class - Ford Book Donations

Ford is donating 10,000 books to the Detroit Public Schools to help promote literacy.

 

Ford Motor Company is teaming up with the nonprofit organization First Book to donate 10,000 books to Detroit Public Schools in order to promote literacy from an early age. Organized by the Ford Driving Dreams initiative, the Ford book donations will go to classrooms for kindergarten through elementary school.

Ford celebrated the donation with 65 third graders from Amelia Earhart Elementary School earlier this month with a reading party at the Ford Resource and Engagement Center. Oscar De La Hoya, a former pro boxer, and several Ford representatives read to the children.

De La Hoya has been an active voice in promoting education for underprivileged youth and said that he was:

“excited to be part of an initiative that educates and inspires the kids of Detroit to get excited about reading books every day.”

Ford Driving Dreams has similar goals. As part of Ford’s overall mission to improve education in Detroit, Driving Dreams is focused on keeping students in school. Together with First Book, Ford hopes to improve the poor access to reading materials and low rates of literacy in low-income communities like Detroit.

Ford Driving Dreams was launched in 2012 and has since helped 75,000 students around the country and will have delivered 50,000 new books to students in Michigan, Texas, and Florida by the end of 2016. To learn more about Ford’s charitable giving and to stay up to date on the latest Ford models, check back in with our blog soon!