Good idea using tape to "attach" them. I had the same idea. I was also thinking about getting some of that magnetic sheeting like they make those custom "car door signs" out of. You can buy and cut to the shape you want then stick the stickers onto them. Of course the bumpers aren't metal so tape may be the way to go there. I've got a "bra" on the front so that creates another problem.Roger V said:OK, for now I'm putting one of the larger ones in the small hatch panel, on the inside, attached with tape. I'm also putting one in the right rear quarter window, also with tape. I didn't remove the any backing or anything to get to the adhesive. Beyond the idea of messing up the appearance or damaging the paint, I don't want to have them on my car permanently, which I feel might invite vandalism. I'm also going to look for a product called "Cool Shade" which is a sheet of tinted plastic that sticks to the window due to stactic electricity. I think you could put the sticker on the window and spread the sheet over it for temporary display.
Wait until you see the instructions. Typical of so many government agencies, they tell you to put the bumper stickers on the right end of both bumpers, but the diagram shows the front one on the left end of the bumper. If I get stopped for not displaying enough stickers, or in the wrong places, then I will deal with it. If a CHP officer gets close enough to tell whether there is a child in the rear seat, he or she should be able to see my stickers.
See....? That's why it says, "ride side of the bumper"; not, "right side of the car". :roll:JKnight said:Well, yeah, it's the "right side of the bumper" if you're looking at the bumper, but on the front, it's on what is considered the left side of the car.
So, by this logic, the right side of the bumper is on the left side of the car....See....? That's why it says, "ride side of the bumper"; not, "right side of the car".
This may be wrong, but a friend of mine who recently purchased his Prius said he called DMV, and they told him his VIN was enough if he didn't have plates yet.kappntrippin said:I think you would have to wait, because the forms ask for your license plate number.
Now you've got it! The right side of the front bumper is indeed on the left side of the car.JKnight said: