CARS.COM — Bumper stickers on cars can symbolize just about anything under the sun. They can show support for a certain political candidate, identify you as a proud parent of an honor student or the fact that you just love that one special dog breed. Others are required by local laws, like city stickers. Some even come attached to your new car straight from the dealer.
But political campaigns and straight A’s end at some point, and those city stickers and decals need to be replaced every year. How do you safely remove them?
While removing stickers isn’t as easy as putting them on, we have some advice that should make the job a little less sticky, for you and your car’s paint.