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Top 5 Halloween Decoration Ideas for Your Truck

Halloween is upon us. Did you know you could dress up your truck as well? Get an awesome costume for your truck and spice up your Halloween night with these five hilarious and spooky ideas:

The Mouth
Use your flatbed as the bottom of a mouth with its tongue sticking out. Create the upper teeth with cardboard or paper and string it along the top of the flatbed and use pink paper or cloth to put just below the flatbed to simulate a tongue. Your neighbors will laugh.

Tasteful Autumn Scene
Turn the back of your truck into a tasteful autumn scene. Decorate the truck with fallen leaves that signify the year’s most beautiful season along with traditional harvest foods like squash, pumpkins and gourds. You could even put a bowl of candy out to keep kids away from your front door on Halloween as well.

Pirate Treasure Trunk
Get a cheap plastic chest, some fake jewelry, a scary skeleton and some sand colored paper to turn your flatbed into a haunted desert island full of scary pirate ghosts and skeletons. You could even make a fake treasure map and conceal the chest somewhere in the recesses of your trunk.

Spider's Lair
Turn the back of your truck into a spooky spider’s lair. Get a pack of fake spider webs from any party store, some scary huge plastic spiders and watch kids try to reach the creepy crawlers for the candy.

Graveyard
A few tombstones maybe a hand reaching up from the ground in the back of your trunk will surely amaze and frighten all who dare to enter the graveyard trunk. This idea can add a lot to the spooky environment.

 

About The Author:-
Tami Paulus is the Owner of leading Mark’s Old Towne Service, a truck repair and service center located in Anaheim off the 55/91/57 freeways. With experienced ASE certified specialists, we help you keep your fleet safe and running on the road. We realize that fleet managers are very busy, which is why we pride ourselves in thorough fleet maintenance service to ensure you save time, money and unneeded hassles.

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