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Thread: Winter Driving?

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    Default Winter Driving?

    I was wondering those that drive lowered in the winter, what, if anything do you do to protect your front bumper from salt and gravel? I just had my E39 bumpers painted last month and would like to protect the front somehow from gravel. I thought about plastidip the bumper for the winter but wondering what other people do.

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    You could plasti dip them for the winter i guess. I'm not too sure if there really is anything else to protect from salt.

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    I think best advise is slow and steady and give extra space between your vehicle and the one in front of you will get you there especially on icy roads same thing can be said for the snow Dissertation writing in UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juliemark View Post
    I think best advise is slow and steady and give extra space between your vehicle and the one in front of you will get you there especially on icy roads same thing can be said for the snow Dissertation writing in UK.
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