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Found these online.... Anyone try them?

http://www.mannsmotorsports.com/fastags/

Keep getting hassled for where my plate is, eventhough the 12 LED's light it up like a Christmas tree, it's not vertical.... This looks like a solution...
dude.. you never get out of shit.....:laughing :laughing

it says: FASTAGS are not intended for street use!

Cops these days just don't have good taste and they can't appreciate a nice plate mount.
 

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YOu're already being stopped for a plate issue and now you want to make it flip up? How the hell do you ride with those HUGE COJONES in the way? :D

Where's the plate hidden away at? And what's wrong with the typical fender eliminator kit?
 

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YOu're already being stopped for a plate issue and now you want to make it flip up? How the hell do you ride with those HUGE COJONES in the way? :D

Where's the plate hidden away at? And what's wrong with the typical fender eliminator kit?
Bruce,
there is nothing wrong with a typical FE-kit expect that the cops don't like that. Apparently the comp werkes kit including lights is reason enough for a 196$ fine. (improper display of lic. plate).
I know that from personal experience.:surrender
 

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Can anyone let me know what the "legal" is on plate mounting or what the Po Po don't like about a custom mounting?
 

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"Attachment of number plates

3.011 Number plates for a vehicle shall be attached

(a) where, under the Act, 2 number plates are issued and authorized for display on a vehicle, one plate to the front and one plate to the rear of the vehicle, and

(b) where, under the Act, a single number plate is issued and authorized for display on a vehicle, to the rear of the vehicle.

[en. B.C. Reg. 147/79, s. 2.]
Attachment of validation decal

3.012 Where a validation decal is issued under the Act for attachment to a number plate, it shall be applied to the designated place on the rear number plate.

[en. B.C. Reg. 147/79, s. 2.]
Number plates in horizontal position

3.02 A number plate shall at all times be securely fastened in a horizontal position to the vehicle for which it is issued.
Plates to be unobstructed

3.03 A number plate must be kept entirely unobstructed and free from dirt or foreign material, so that the numbers and letters on it may be plainly seen and read at all times and so that the numbers and letters may be accurately photographed using a speed monitoring device or traffic light safety device prescribed under section 83.1 of the Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 1; am. B.C. Reg. 215/99, App. 1, s. 1.]"
 
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