Originally Posted by Brady12
Take it back to them and tell them to take it off. Before I bought my Jeep I told the dealership to remove all decals and license brackets with their name on it. Nothing says you have to be a rolling advertisement for the dealership.
At the time of delivery I actually asked (politely) if they could use a blank frame instead but the manager himself was like "i don't care what you do with it later but you're not driving off this lot without these frames." Really, what do you do when all documents have been signed and the certified cheque has landed in his drawer ? Besides, I was kinda taken by all the excitement and this seemed like a trivial issue in the spur of the moment...
Anyway, it was easy to get rid of the print with some acetone as the frame was plastic, and I just ordered a brushed metal one anyway. But what was really painful was their ugly sticker that came under the 4x4 logo on the painted body ! (that reflective type similar to the ones they use in airports--fragmented like a puzzle and won't come off in 1 piece). My work revolves around paint technology so I was able to tackle this, but those who don't know WILL strip off their clear coat if they force the sticker off.
What was their first reaction when you asked them to remove everything off ?