With the 4th of July rapidly approaching and summer weather in full force, you’re probably thinking of the best ways to spend the long weekend in your car. After all, from road trips to drive in theatres and campouts to BBQs, spending time with your car is the embodiment of classic Americana and the perfect way to celebrate your patriotism.
If you’re hoping to spend the 4th of July with your car, family and friends, here are four perfect car ways to enjoy the 4th of July.
1. Work on a car project with a friend
No matter whether it’s something as simple as an oil change or car wash, or something more involved like changing a tire or installing the newest accessory, working on your car with someone you love gives you a chance to share your passion, teach them something and bring you closer together. Plus, even if it’s work, you can’t beat getting outside on the 4th of July.
2. Add patriotic gear/accessories to your car
Showcase your patriotism this holiday weekend by outfitting your car with some patriotic accessories. You’ll be the star of your barbeque, pool party or family gathering when you arrive in a ride that’s shining bright like the red, white and blue.
3. Buy a new car and take advantage of all the deals
Holiday weekends are, more often than not, the best time to buy a new car. With sales galore at almost every major dealership, this long weekend may be the perfect time for you to upgrade to that brand new ride you’ve had your eye on. And, much like decking it out in patriotic accessories, you’ll unquestionably be the star of any party when you show up in your dream car.
4. Embark on a patriotic road trip
Road trips are as American as apple pie and if you’re looking for the perfect way to celebrate America this 4th of July, why not take a road trip to see some of the most patriotic landmarks around? From national parks to national monuments there’s a destination and trip for everyone, no matter what part of the country you live in. Plus, it’s hard to find a more enjoyable weekend than one spent on the open road.
What are your plans for the 4th of July? Do you have any other ideas on how to spend the holiday with your car? Let us know and leave a comment below!