As for finding out where someone lives, we drive around in our NSXs with plates exposed to thousands of people, so the subset of those looking at ads with bad intent would be tiny by comparison. Anyone at anytime can follow me home and steal the car, or take photos & videos and post them on-line for even more thousands to see.
Well, its the law of averages (so to speak) at work here... the chances of you driving your NSX (or whatever other car) around town and just so happen to come across a car thief that wants your particular car, is FAR slimmer than someone that specifically wants vehicle X, and goes to vehicle X forums and see's where vehicle X's can potentially be in his area, and even better - know what mods are on it ahead of time because the owner told everyone.
Just my thoughts
Here in the United States when you get a traffic ticket, the cops take down the VIN number to make sure the plates match the vehicle. I'm surprised they don't do the same in Europe!
If I had a plate number I could find out where you live (assuming you listed your home address on the registration) and probably where you work in a matter of a few minutes. Then if I "wanted" your car I would know where to find it and then steal it.
Also, some people who track their cars don't want photos on the track for insurance/warranty concerns.Just my opinion. Your mileage may vary.....
96 NSX-T said:Have you been to a gas pump lately ???
ROFL . . . see post #17. It's well over four bucks for 91 test octane in California, and Florida is nearly three bucks. CRAZY! Somebody's kid is going to Harvard . . . and it ain't mine!