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My grill came that way too. It depends on your state and if they have a front license law. I live in Ohio where there is a front license plate law but bought my Accord in Kentucky where there is no front license plate law. It's so nice having a virgin grille. Front license plates are ugly.
Panger1, can you post a few more pics of the "chip gaurd"? I like that idea.
 

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My grill came that way too. It depends on your state and if they have a front license law. I live in Ohio where there is a front license plate law but bought my Accord in Kentucky where there is no front license plate law. It's so nice having a virgin grille. Front license plates are ugly.
Panger1, can you post a few more pics of the "chip gaurd"? I like that idea.
Hey man, the guard is an Auto Ventshade (AVS) “Smoked” Hood Protector, part number is 322164.
 

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No not at all. I rarely get into trouble over the front plate not being on the car. I just sold my RSX that i refused to put a front plate on and only got warned once in the 5 years I drove it. My point to the original comment was that Kentucky must not have a front licence plate law because the car was delivered without the mount installed. I have it, but will not be installing it.
 

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No not at all. I rarely get into trouble over the front plate not being on the car. I just sold my RSX that i refused to put a front plate on and only got warned once in the 5 years I drove it. My point to the original comment was that Kentucky must not have a front licence plate law because the car was delivered without the mount installed. I have it, but will not be installing it.
I live in Ohio as well and was told that if your car did not come with the bracket installed then you don’t have to use the front plate. I have not confirmed this statement, but I bought my car in Kentucky as well so I guess I’m good.
 

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Nope came this way when i got the car. Yeap hood deflector. A must! stupid rocks. looks great with the car!
First time I've seen one. Very nice.
My grill came that way too. It depends on your state and if they have a front license law. I live in Ohio where there is a front license plate law but bought my Accord in Kentucky where there is no front license plate law. It's so nice having a virgin grille. Front license plates are ugly.
Panger1, can you post a few more pics of the "chip gaurd"? I like that idea.
I couldn't agree more. I'm in GA. No front plate required. Especially looks cool on 10th gen grill.
 

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I live in Ohio as well and was told that if your car did not come with the bracket installed then you don’t have to use the front plate. I have not confirmed this statement, but I bought my car in Kentucky as well so I guess I’m good.
In-case all you Ohio residents didn't hear....effective July 1st 2020 Ohio law requires only ONE license plate on a car.
Law enforcement was not happy... Hallelujah!!
 

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Hey man, the guard is an Auto Ventshade (AVS) “Smoked” Hood Protector, part number is 322164.

Anddddd dropped it today too View attachment 4719
I know this was a year ago, but any chance I can get a 12mo+ review of the AVS deflector? Considering getting one for my 2020, but I can't find any reviews or pictures of it on an Accord other than yours. :unsure:
 

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I know this was a year ago, but any chance I can get a 12mo+ review of the AVS deflector? Considering getting one for my 2020, but I can't find any reviews or pictures of it on an Accord other than yours. :unsure:
Its Fcuking great! still holding up from day one. I highly recommend you getting one. Had it on my car for bout 2 years now no chips on it what so ever and looks great on the car.
 
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