Fun Car Accessories for Girls

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Fun Car Accessories for Girls
There are various ways for girls to accessorise their cars. (teenage girl laughing image by Michael Drager from Fotolia.com)

The auto industry has come up with various solutions to add additional personal style to our cars. Among the various kinds of car accessories available, some are geared just for girls. Regardless of your age or interest, you'll find an accessory that will suit you; from bumper stickers, to seat covers, to gear shifters, the choices are many.

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Seat Cover Options

New seat covers are an easy to add-on accessory for your car. Not only will they instantly change the interior but they'll also help preserve the condition of the car by preventing spills, pet hair, and dirt from getting into the seats. Fitted seat covers come in a large assortment of designs, colours and fabric, so you can really make a fun statement. You can purchase these online and in stores. Keep in mind the shape of the seats and headrest in your vehicle as seat covers are not one-size-fits-all.

Number Plate Frames

Number plate frames can jazz up the outside of your car. Choices are available to match your personal style, make a statement or support a cause, such as breast cancer. There are also number plate covers that show what college you went to, what sorority you were in, or what you do for a living or hobby.

Car Jewelry

Car jewellery encompasses accessories that you add on to outside. Girls can add a lot or a little more personality to their vehicle for a modest sum of money using car magnets. They come in shapes like ladybirds, stars, swirls and hearts, to name a few. Another option is stickers for your car like flowers, butterflies and even flying pigs. Stick with a theme and have fun.

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