Aftermarket accessories can make or break a car. In this case, they break them. You sent us many great suggestions, but these ten are the worst things you can put on your car.
10.) Rear window louvers
It's cool if you happen to have a Lancia Stratos, an Opel Manta, a Mustang Cobra II T-top or something equally cool from the late seventies, early eighties. But when it comes to modern cars, just grow up.
9.) Baby On Board
So what? If you don't have a baby on board, I should feel free to crash into you? It doesn't make any sense.
8.) Stupid stickers
Do you also happen to have a Hello Kitty phone case? I thought so...
6.) Aftermarket Landau roof
It's a crime against humanity and, not surprisingly, popular in Florida.
5.) Bumper protectors
What you're trying to protect with that ugly peace of plastic is called the 'bumper.' And yes, I'm aware of modern cars have expensive color-matching plastics instead of a real bumper, but this remains unacceptable.
4.) Fake tuning bits
Your car will keep being very slow which is too bad since people will keep pointing at you. For a good reason.
3.) False badging
Don't try to make it look more than it is. There's nothing wrong with a V6 Mustang as long as you don't fake it into a Schnellby.
2.) Aftermarket HID headlamps
Blinding others on the road is unsafe at any speed. What you deserve is something like this, on both sides:
1.) Truck nuts
Lost your own? We don't want to know.
Welcome back to Answers of the Day - our daily Jalopnik feature where we take the best ten responses from the previous day's Question of the Day and shine it up to show off. It's by you and for you, the Jalopnik readers. Enjoy!
Top Photo Credit: seamusiv