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September 2006 4xForward - License Plate

Posted in Features on September 1, 2006
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Contributors: Rick Péwé

The most asked for and coveted pieces of 4-Wheel & Off-Road paraphernalia is the license plate with our logo. We normally hand them out on trail rides or during an event or photo shoot. That's great for the readers who are around, but what about those of you who never happen upon us on the trail who also want to run our plates? Now is the chance to score your very own plate, for almost free.

That's right; these high-quality fullsize polymer plates are printed in our colors and are yours for the asking, at least one at a time. All you have to do is send us a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) and we'll pop it back in the mail to your door. The envelope must be at least 12x6 inches to fit the plate, and must have at least $0.63 in postage attached, which means you can slap on two 39-centers and it will get to your door. If you are bold enough, put three stamps on the envelope and we'll even include a bumper sticker while supplies last.

Whatever you do, don't call us and ask us to send you a plate. Don't even try to e-mail us or use our Web site for a plate-it just won't work. You have to be able to get an envelope and put your own address on it, affix the proper amount of postage, put it in another envelope with its own postage, then send it to us here.

4-Wheel & Off-Road License Plate
6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Remember that this is a limited-time offer, and when we're out of this batch of plates, you'll have to find us at an event or on a trail somewhere. And don't forget that when you send your photos of your rig in for Readers' Rides, that we always give preferential treatment to those rigs that are wearing our license plates and stickers. If that doesn't convince you to jump off the couch and send for a plate, we don't know what will.

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