Mirror Hang Tag

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Rear view mirror charms by message by plate. The ultimate vehicle accessory to prevent tickets and tows.

•  Dimensions: 5″ (H) x 3″ (W)

•  Provides parked vehicle protection.

•  Durable ToughTag™ sun protection.

•  Heavy Duty plastic permit style tag.

•  Discreet MBP Logo displayed on reverse side.

•  Designed to be noticed.

•  Transferable from one vehicle to another.

•  Made in the U.S.A.

• Shipping & Handling $2.95 (free with social media share)


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