No no no... Bras are so late 80s. I'm actually surprised they still sell.stizlex said:i'm gonna be driving from columbus, ohio to LA early next month and i'm considering purchasing a bra to protect my front end. i understand the benefits, but is this a good purchase for someone with limited funds?
look rice???? how about look dumb....not a fan. I don't get the point of them. I understand that you want to keep your car looking nice, but you cover up the paint to do that. So why does it matter if it is nice or not...you will never see it (except those who lease and want to maintain resale value). I would rather look at a chipped sleek hood then a dumb bra. At least with the chipped hood I can repair it. Plus too many people have had scratches and paint fade with bras on. If anything look at xpel or other clear protectants.Mercenario said:From bugs, small rocks, deer,etc. Oh, and to make your car look rice.
That is because you purchased a low quality product. :roll:redline814 said:I made the mistake of getting a bra for my GTI. It would not stay on the hood while driving at speed. At about 70...the center of it would lift off the hood and flap. Not to mention...the hair line scratches it made.
DO NOT suggest you get a bra. I like the painters tape idea for trips