6 Replies to ““Overplating”?”

  1. This is often indicative of someone who purchased their BMW in Germany and had it delivered back to the US. There are some marginal benefits to this such as: getting to drive you car in Germany, price, and cool factor.

  2. Haha. “…someone who purchased their BMW in Germany and had it delivered back to the US” and then ” getting to drive it in Germany.”

    That’s a lot in shipping fees!

  3. My uber-BMW-geeks inform me that you can actually save some money (in some cases) by buying in Germany and having your car sent over. Kinda weird.

  4. I was laughing at the idea of buying the car in Germany, having it shipped to the US, THEN leaving the German plate on so that it can be SHIPPED BACK to Germany and still be driven legally.

  5. This is often indicative of someone trying to say “hey, notice me – I was in europe, driving this car!!. Aren’t I all like, sophisticated and international?!!”

    Seriously, takes five minutes to swap plates. But then you’d be just like everybody else.

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