Is Your Golf Car Ready for Halloween? Here Are Some Tips
Fall is here! Football season is in full swing, the leaves are changing, the weather is (sort of) getting cooler, and Halloween is right around the corner. This year, why not get into the spooky spirit by decorating your golf car? Decorating your golf car is a great way to get into the Halloween spirit and offers fun for the whole family.
Your golf car can be a great accessory to your home decorations and a festive way to get around the neighborhood this year. It’s also a great way to social distance this trick-or-treatin’ season!
Decorating Tips & Tricks
There’s plenty of decorating you can do with your golf car for Halloween. Here are our favorite, quick, and easy decoration ideas:
- Place cardboard on the sides of the golf car and create a spooky hearse
- Spread fake cobwebs all over the golf car
- Put goblins and ghouls anywhere in the golf car
- Cover the golf car with fake skeletons and bones
- Cover the golf car with white tulle, pieces of ripped black stockings, and spiders
- If you have a custom golf car, don’t be afraid to show it off! The only decorating you’ll need is you and your kids in your costumes!
If a lot of families in your neighborhood have golf cars, organize a Halloween golf car parade! This offers the perfect chance for you and your neighbors to have some festive, socially distanced fun this year. It can even turn into your neighborhood’s yearly tradition!
Golf Car Safety Checklist
You’ll want to make sure your golf car is mechanically prepared for Halloween as well. Before you head out for a night of trick-or-treat fun with your family, ensure that your golf car is ready with this checklist:
#1: Double Check Your Turn Signals and Brake Lights
This will make sure your golf car is safe and visible after dark. The better your visibility to other motorists, the safer you will be.
#2: Install Safety Reflectors
Safety reflectors, such as the slow-moving vehicle triangle, are also essential in making sure you will be visible all night. Place them in a spot on your golf car that is clearly visible for others to see.
#3: Charge Up Your Batteries Before Heading Out
The quickest way to turn a night of spooky fun Halloween festivities into a disappointment is for your batteries to die while you’re out. Take care of your batteries, and make sure they are fully charged before you leave the house.
#4: Install Safety Belts
Safety belts are the best way for you to protect the passengers in your golf car. Even if you are driving cautiously and following traffic laws, you still want to make sure that everyone is buckled up.
Have fun in your golf car this Halloween and be safe!