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      04-30-2012, 11:06 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Patsc23 View Post
Chances of me being willing to give up my M5 right after it being delivered for a clear bra install are ZERO! So I guess I'd have to find some way to temporarily protect the car.

Ill look into covering the lights - but I just saw a provision in my insurance (Geico) that covers glass AND plastic light housings. Although that would really just cover it if it cracked I guess.

By carpet tape do you mean painters tape?
Haha, good point about giving it up right away. Yes, I meant painter's tape. It seems to work well based on delivery threads created by people who did that. Yes, insurance will probably cover headlight damage, but like you said probably only after it's functionally damaged, and it's more of a hassle that way anyway. Getting both headlights covered was only an extra $40.
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