Do I need to explain this?
That reminded me of my fathers dealer tags; by todays standards They Were UGLY. Basic boxy black lettering on a 6" foil that shined like Reynolds Wrap.I've seen some of the ugliest dealer decals on nice vehicles. It's wild to me that some people don't care about that.
I would make them take that (and the dealer sticker) off, or I would go elsewhere. Hate pinstripes.
I hate to mention this, but our Honda dealer gives free car washes for as long as you own a vehicle you bought from them. They also have a service center on both sides of town. For me the dealer is 12 miles away. The service center is 1 1/2 miles away. Sometimes it’s nice being a hick in the sticks.Free car washes as long as the license plate trim has the dealer name is on it.
Agreed that air dryer would be the best approach for most people because it can't get too hot like a heat gun. Need to be careful on which solvents you use to remove the remaining adhesives, as some can damage the clear coat and paint. I've found that WD40 is the best for removing adhesive residue. It will not harm the finish because it's basically fish oil.As previously suggested ... take a hair dryer (or heat gun) and warm it up, it'll then easily peel off. The remaining adhesive can be easiy cleaned with solvents (alcohol, glue be gone, etc).