But then you can imagine the lawyers: "My client was injured because he
didn't have the vital information required on those stickers that just fell
right off...." I find that WWJD (What would Jesus Do?) is secondary to WWTLS
(What Will The Lawyers Say?) ;-)
If car makers can make cars that park themselves and use radar to avoid
accidents, think of the potential liability for those features!! Yet they
make those features anyway.
Any liability for customers intentionally removing warning stickers would be
nearly zero compared to those cases.
The frequency of lawsuits for removing the stickers would probably be less
than for auto-parking mishaps, but the size of the lawsuits would almost
certainly be greater than for the parking incidents. With both self-parking
and radar the equipment does not relieve the driver of his responsibility to
operate the machine safely. Loss of required stickers would allegedly
mislead the driver to operate unsafely.
How did we get to this state of affairs, anyway? [rhetorical]
You can thank the government and the aggressive trial lawyers for those
I think that the only clean answer is going to be an upholstery shop.
On our Honda the stickers appear to be heat bonded on. Yuck!
How do I get these #%$&! stickers off my new Civic window visors??
Short answer; you can't. They are a type of silkscreening process.
You can thank the (liberal) "nanny state" for those stickers.
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No Lawsuit Ever Fixed A Moron...
I don't think it's just liberals that vote for this shit. After all,
wasn't Congress under a majority of Republican rule for the past 8 or
I don't think it's a bad idea at all to warn people about the airbags,
in fact I think it's a good idea.
What is dumb is making them so that you can't remove them once you've
Or they could put the warning on the back of the glove compartment so
when it opens anyone would see it, yet it would not ruin the
appearance of your $20,000+ vehicle...
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