On a cold February day, I was driving home from work, my car number plate being printed on the back of my door.
As I reached the curb, I stopped my car, and my front door number plate was gone.
My front door’s door was painted with a bright pink, and it was covered in a sticker saying “No plastic door number number plates.”
The sticker was on the side of the door, right on the sticker.
I was told that the sticker had expired, and I was instructed to paint it back.
I told them that I did not like the sticker and I did want the sticker, but I also said that I had painted the sticker as I was leaving.
The woman who painted the door said she had just painted it.
I explained that I wanted to paint the door back, and she told me that she could paint it on the inside of the vehicle, but it would be difficult to do.
I then told her that I would paint the number plate on the door in the middle of the number and the words “No Plastic Door Number Plates,” so that the number would not be obscured by the sticker when I got home.
She told me to go ahead and paint it in the dark, but to get it done in the morning and take it to the paint shop.
I went to the garage, picked up my paint brush, and began to paint.
The sticker on the car was gone, and the number plates were in good shape.
When I finished, I put the sticker back on, and after a few minutes, I pulled over and the sticker was still there.
When we got home, I asked her why she didn’t paint it the night before.
She said that she had left it in for about 30 minutes, and was ready to paint when she saw it was painted.
She asked me to tell her if I could have it painted as soon as possible, and then asked me if she could send the car number plates to her boyfriend to be painted.
I replied that I could paint them immediately, and that I was sorry she had to have to do it on her own.
The lady took my message to her husband, who called the number for the paint company.
When the husband arrived at the paint store, he told me he had seen the sticker on his door and thought it was the number number plate of the car.
When he asked what the number was, the lady replied, “Just painted it,” and then explained that she would need the car numbers painted on the outside of the front windshield, and put the stickers back in the car for the next owner to see.
She also said she would give the car to my boyfriend, but that he could get it painted on his own.
I have since painted the numbers on my car and it is now in great shape.
I would like to see a program put into place to prevent the loss of the stickers from becoming a problem, as well as a process that will give the owner the option to put them back in, so they are not left in the vehicle.
If you or someone you know needs help with this, contact the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or call the Car and Driver Service toll-free at 1-800-387-8477.