you are way ahead of me, man! i didnt even think of that. if the magnets are strong enough, i may go for it. you could take it off for shows, but still have it on for normal driving.brentil said:
So I take it you were driving like a nut?Crimson Avenger said:I got stopped the other day by a CHP during rush hour because he thought I wasn't wearing my seat belt....Just don't drive like a nut, and you'll probably not be stopped. Now mind you, I'm not advocating breaking any laws, just pointing out that most traffic stops are for good reasons based on bad driver behavior, not for inspection/mechanical issues. :leaving:
Thanks for the tip...brentil said:
Here's a couple of places where I spotted these type of holders on the web.sight unseen said:Thanks for the tip...
Do you know where one might get one?
swatthefly said:no this wouldnt... dealers use magnets on their plates all the time. usually the magnets have a plastic layer over them to protect the paint.
From what I understand is if you are in a "forced in state" they put it in the car and the Dealer installs it. So just tell your dealer not to install it.sight unseen said:I looked into this a bit more, and I thought I had seen a "front license plate option"....which I chose on my Mysterious...
The doc said that this was "forced in states" where this is the law... :leaving:
I haven't seen what they are forcing, but I hope its not in that Grill... :willy:
Anyone know if this is true/what is will look like? Mods? SolsticeMan? Bueller? Bueller???:nopity:
It pays better,AZJuez said:Viva ARIZONA - No need for a front plate at all. We really appreciate the beauty of the front one's car and do not mess it up with our plates. Great weather to drive with the top down all year round, no snow in the desert, and no front license plate requirements. Remind me again why all of the rest of you live somewhere else?