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Old 04-03-2016, 02:54 PM   #1
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State, National, and all other pass decals

So, what do you do? Seems that all state and national parks and others also, have decals that they want affixed on your vehicle windshield. Not so bad when just in your home state but when traveling to numerous parks and such, "what do you do with yours?" Thought about putting a clear Plexiglas sheets in the windshield to stick them to. It's just not the thought of having to scrape them all off when you leave or they expire, but also it doesn't take many to obstruct your vision as well. Also, many don't have an identifying area to stipulate "which vehicle" they were purchased for. So, what do you do?

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Federal senior pass is a card in the wallet - lay it on the dash.

Oregon uses a hang-tag so one can pass can be moved from one vehicle to another. That also means when you need to use it, it was left in the other vehicle.

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If you affix multiple access decals to your windshield it makes life difficult for the person at the gate as well as you. Just keep them in a drawer nearby, and display the applicable one at the appropriate time.
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