I was wondering if anyone had removed, or tried removing the warning stickers on the underside of the front visors.
Don't try it!!!!
I tried it on my old car and I was encouraged when I partially peeled the corner off cleanly. I continued, and the rest did not go so well. A lot of the adhesive stayed behind, and there were also parts where the pulling stretched the liner and it parts of it were loose and seperated from the visor.
If you read about it online, you'll find out that this adhesives used for these labels are activated with heat, so they are pretty well stuck on to the visor. I have seen some advice that says you may be able to peel the label off using a heat gun, but this is risky because the heat may also cause the liner to seperate from the visor.
Also, examining the warning labels on the Model S, they look like they are adhered even more closely/tightly to the liner, almost like they're printed on. The labels show the dimpled texture of the liner fabric. On my old car, this was not the case.
Basically, I would not try it, but I feel your pain. I really hate those stupid labels. I don't need to see them every day for the rest of my life. I know what airbags are and what they do. I don't need this permanent label there uglifying my cars.
Overlay with little pin-ups?
It has been decreed we ignorant consumers must see those labels so see those labels we shall.
@Brian H, you actually can by decals specifically to cover up the warning labels, but they're generally just as ugly and prominent. Some have graphics like flowers or flaming skulls or whatever, and there's other plain ones, but unless you're interior is exactly black, good luck trying to match the color and texture of the liner.
I haven't studied the S visor but on several of my cars I have been able to simply swap the right and left visor. This leaves the cursed attorneys sandwiched between the roof and visor unless they are down.
I was thinking more semi-nakedly ...
When lighted visors are available - won't they be a replacement for the current unlighted ones?
On my last car (Chrysler 300C SRT) I was able to get decals with just the SRT logo. Would be nice to get a decal with the "T" on it. It can be done with a little class.
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