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    plate relocator?

    All the photos of the Dart show it without the front plate. I can't imagine what it would look like with a plate bracket smack in the middle.

    The front bumper doesn't look like it'll be easy to design a relocator for it.

    Anyone here a fan of having the plate relocated?

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    I wish NYS didn't even require it. I hate front plates.
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    i second that why does canada need to run front plates.. so useless one is enough!

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    its for whatever safety reason.. so they can ID your car or whatever its stupid..

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    We get teased by Quebec here.. Quebec only needs PLATE.. just the rear
    not sure where the plate will sit on these, or how bad it will make them look

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    oh crap, totally forgot about the lame front plate.

    i assume it will go front and centre like every other car.

    the only advantage to having a front plate is it gives a bit of a cushion if somebody backs into you...they get screw marks in their bumper.
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    It'll end up like this i assume:

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    They can make the plate bracket curve on the back where it attaches to the front bumper and be flat where the plate attaches to the bracket. I'm sure they've thought of this. There are lots of cars with curved front bumpers.

    And yes UN4GTBL, I think it will look like that as well.

    It could be worse...could look look like a Mazda and have buck teeth.
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    I already have my solution to the whole front plate issue, hideaway plate! Obviously I will have to abide by the laws and have the front plate displayed when driving but when parked i'll just have it hidden

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    ahahaha yeah the mazdas look like crap with a front plate.
    UN4GTBL, are you in ontario as well?

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