Christmas Gifts for Car Lovers
by Ed Scott
If you’re anything like me, there’s probably a load more Christmas shopping to get done over the next few weeks, but then how to fit it in all in without missing out on those festive drinks with friends?
Well if you’re buying for someone who’s motor-mad, we’ve done the hard work for you and picked out 7 things to fill those stockings this Christmas. And even better, you can pick it all up online so no need to leave the fireside – just pour another mulled wine and click away.
Last minute presents for the petrol-head in your life
Perfect for the dashboard, this magic strip of rubber will keep your phone, MP3 player, cash or whatever you want where you want it with no grips or clips in sight. It’s not just for your car either, you can use it in the house too, so the only thing to decide is what to stick to it!
If know you a speed demon whose motor could do with a spit shine this could be the just the ticket. Car Plan have the Demon Gift Pack with everything needed to wash, shine and polish a vehicle. Everyone’s always kicking their heels on Boxing day and with this set you can give the car a full valet, that’d keep anyone occupied!
Here’s the only safe way to get your hand on the gear stick after a few glasses of plonk over Christmas. Available in original rosewood or vintage white, this cool bottle stop is the perfect present for the wine loving motorist.
Calling all footy fans for this fresh idea, personalised car air fresheners in your team’s strip. They’ve even got Accrington Stanley (who are they!?) so there’s no excuse not to pick one of these up so that the long suffering supporter in your life can show off their colours,
Everyone needs a keyring to keep track of their keys, so why not make it a little more special? This personalised leather keyring is not only practical, but it’s also pretty stylish too.
These retro car prints will instantly add an air of coolness to any room. Know a car lover with a man cave? These are perfect!
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