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    Herbie stickers

    I just bought a 54 plate Beetle and would like to put herbie stickers (I have always wanted). Question here is so i need to tell my insurance company. Stupid question I know but was wondering. Thanks.
    54 plate Beetle 1.4, Petrol

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    Stickers on cars don't increase their value I would think insurance companies don't bother. They are only interested in increased power if you don't tell them, alloy wheels if there are standard.
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    I think technically speaking it is illegal to put racing numbers on a car used on the public highway but the number you see means it must be “overlooked”
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