Type: Posts; User: worth_fixing
yes and i'd be happier without it
i can't be the only one who feels this way.
no beard or lumbjack pose
a little bit, yes.
that's an opinion. i certainly don't think so.
but cars can pass inspection if they have a non-DOT approved plate mount?
besides, don't some dealers sell HD trucks with massive lift kits? those are legal too?
how is that any more dangerous than drilled into a bumper cover? lol
tow hood, or a bracket mounted behind the grill
it's easy to get creative.
where did you read turbo?
you do know that there are other ways of legally mounting a plate that don't require drilling any holes whatsoever, right?
looks great. a little Fisker Karma-y, but in a good way.
maybe not that bright, maybe a little old and don't realise the implications. redardless, i find it defaces the car.
would you drill hole in a lamborghini bumper cover?
anyway, lets agree to...
oh my god. lol
enjoy your speed holes.
well, never. that's my point.
no one wants a front plate holder with the dealership's advertisement on it.
no one. not a single person in the history of the motorcarriage has ever asked a dealership to drill in a front plate...
i don't think OP's parents realised that their front plate holder, which was installed for advertisement purpose only btw, meant that their bumper cover now had holes into it. i guess most people...
same number of screens, so i totally agree.
because they're drilling holes in a bumper cover, and that's irreversible damage.
if the dealer beats the sh!t on a car they intend to sell as new, it's just as wrong. you're *damaging* something you're intending to sell, yet your customers are paying for brand new.
i guess they should have refused to buy that exact car and informed the dealer before they drove it off the lot.
any more screens than pictured above is too many. it's a matter of time before we tack on screens to our owns d!cks....