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Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by neptune2000, Dec 12, 2017.
I'd love this!
Just Released from EVANNEX
The Law: License Plate Bracket for Tesla Model 3 (No-Drill)
yea.. no thanks. To re-iterate what someone else on this forum said, I'd rather get 7 citations/tickets before buying this overpriced garbage. Costs them $20 to make LOL. Plus if OP makes his those look way nicer IMO
FYI -- that is actually a product from Torklift… Evannex is just a reseller (and charges a bit more). Here's the Torklift page: Tesla Model 3 Law
I bought the Model S version of "The Law" when I moved from a 1-plate state to a 2-plate state. Yes, their cost to make these is well below what they charge, but it is a well-made solution that did not require drilling into the nose cone. It is not garbage. It was also the only no-drill mount that was not a magnetic mount that I could find. I'm happy to pay for quality product that gives the maker a profit (if they didn't make a profit, they wouldn't be selling these for long…).
So far, it saved me from a $150 ticket when I was pulled over for what highway patrol thought was seeing me turn on a red light at an intersection marked no turn on red (I had a green arrow that he didn't see -- he was coming from a different direction). The patrolman checked for the front plate and commented that he was surprised I had one since many Teslas don't have the front plat on it (which tells me he thought he'd get an easy ticket!). So its already paid for itself.
But I don't want to spoil the OP's thread about his product. I welcome competition in this space -- looks like a nice design that I will consider when I get my Model 3...
EVANNEX is selling the Torklift product. The Model 3 version was available for "pre-order" last week. Mine just shipped. You can buy direct here:
Tesla Model 3 Law
The first 25 orders got a 20% discount (at torklift only). I was one of those 25. EVANNEX adds an extra charge ($139) on top of the Torklift price ($125).
I do prefer the lower position of The Law bracket. Curious how much real impact there is with air flow.
If I felt like I could possibly get away without installing the front plate, I would. In my little town, some days it seems Law Enforcement out number the citizens, you cannot go 2 blocks without passing an Officer!!
Probably want to minimize blocking the vent as much as possible, that's why it was moved up in close proximity with the OEM mount. Website will be up in about T-48hrs! Finalized design & nested parts layout completed and a small initial production run started. Thank you all for your input and interest
Kipp, it's pretty solid, I did attempt to push it and the front grill is quite flexible itself as it is also made of some kind of plastic as well.
Thank you for your comments, yes very soon!
"Not-A-Bracket" Tesla Model 3, Front License Plate Holder, 2018 final version
soo price and when can I get my hands on one?!
Found a front plate holder that does not block the sensors. Make sure you get the 2" extension arm. It is well made and can be removed when showing the car. It uses the tow eye for mounting.
AMIYY4YOU, darknavi, estimating website will be online by this weekend, thanks
That is good to hear that there a a lot of flex so that neither break due to a small parking mistake. Thanks for the follow up.
Tony, Really like how your Bracket Looks. Will be watching for more Information. GOOD JOB!!!
Thanks lasdoug! Results are from over a dozen prototypes & refinements. It was evolving almost daily
Its looks much better above the Grill instead of blocking "I Think".
Is the "Darknavi" the website you will publish info when available??
My apologies, Darknavi is the Member I was replying to. Will post the website link as a reply here, thank you!