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Free, Printable Car-Themed Valentine’s Day Cards from The News Wheel

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Because car lovers need love too...

Do you have amorous feelings for an automotive enthusiast but don’t know how to express your affection in a way he/she will understand? Or perhaps you’re a gearhead yourself who struggles with expressing your feelings in a way other people appreciate?

In either case, Valentine’s Day can be a tricky holiday to maneuver. It is, after all, dedicated to expressing your intimate feelings for other people.

The News Wheel has you covered! Simply print out any (or all) of these free, car-themed Valentine’s cards and sign your name to them. Then watch as your relationships get thrust into overdrive!

Print These 12 Fun Valentine’s Day Cards and Distribute Them to People You’re Fond of

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  • Aaron WidmarSenior Editor

    Aaron is unashamed to be a native Clevelander and the proud driver of a 1995 Saturn SC-2 (knock on wood). He gleefully utilizes his background in theater, literature, and communication to dramatically recite his own articles to nearby youth. Mr. Widmar happily resides in Dayton, Ohio with his magnificent wife, Vicki, but is often on the road with her exploring new destinations. Aaron has high aspirations for his writing career but often gets distracted pondering the profound nature of the human condition and forgets what he was writing... See more articles by Aaron.