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Originally Posted by Noah930 View Post
Just check your individual state's regulations on how to affix the front plate. Here in CA, it's got to be a permanent way--not magnets, not double-stick tape, not zip ties. Either use the bracket the factory provides (d), or at least come up with something semi-permanent. A friend used toggle bolts through the front grill of his (new) Dodge Challenger, for example. When he went to the CHP to get it signed off, the Patrolman checked to make sure it wasn't one of the flimsy ways I mentioned above.
Well, unfortunately I can't use the tow hook plate holder since my front bumper doesn't have a tow hook mount, and I probably can't use an OEM plate holder either because holes would need to be drilled, and I don't want holes drilled in my car.
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