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It's part of the price you pay to live in the South but worth it.Is your car white. They seem to like light colors. Ran into a pocket of them in a wooded section last Sunday AM for about 2 miles. Covered the front of the coach but mainly on the white parts. Then very few the rest of the way home. The comment about wetting them down works. Best time to remove them is in the early AM while dew is covering everything. Areas that don't have AM dew generally don't have LoveBugs either.
I'll take lovebugs over snow!They are color blind.