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      09-28-2010, 05:44 PM   #11
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Euro Plates

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Originally Posted by VonSwoopington View Post
Not a picture of the scratch but a shot at the welt for the help.

I just need to know if i need to take the floormats with me or not now.

Thanks

Not 100% sure about this, but i believe you're supposed to take the front license plate with you (assuming you want to keep your euro plate).

I seem to recall something to that effect while reading up on David Avilles' site www.eurocarsonline.com.

Can other members corroborate?

-esquire


EDIT - Scratch that. Here is what the website says about plates

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Originally Posted by eurocarsonline
I’d like to keep the European plates, as a souvenir. Is this possible?

Both plates must remain on vehicles being dropped off, effective July 1, 2009. There is no guarantee that the rear plate will be on the car once it arrives in the U.S. New European Customs Regulations require both license plates to remain on the vehicle until it reaches the U.S. Customers that want to keep the license plates as souvenir will have to wait until the vehicle arrives the dealership. Because the front license plate is only taped to the bumper and not drilled (with the exception of the 7 Series and X3), we cannot provide any guarantee that both license plates will be on the vehicle once it arrives.
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