Mohr Manufacturing Introduces ‘Bumper Buffer’ Screw Covers

Photo courtesy of Mohr Manufacturing
Photo courtesy of Mohr Manufacturing

Mohr Manufacturing created new license plate screw covers in efforts to reduce the damage from scratches in plastic bumper covers.

According to CEO Jeff Mohr, Bumper Buffers are helpful for a fleet of vehicles used daily since scratched up vehicles can lose resale value.

Bumper Buffers are made of energy-absorbing rubber. Companies can purchase 1,000 or more Bumper Buffers for $0.96 per pair of bumpers, 101-999 for $1.42 per pair, 2-100 for $2.37 per pair or $3.95 for one pair. Shipping is free for fleets.

Go to www.sparebumper.com for more information.

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  1. pat [ January 30, 2013 @ 01:39PM ]

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