So my 18-year-old daughter is in a stop-and-go highway backup, there's sprinkle of rain on the oily pavement, and she slides the Jeep at a crawl into the back of a Honda SUV with a spare tire. This car's "anti-bumper" sustains damage, and the hood, grill, and fender on my car are all dented. If they'd met bumper-to-bumper, this would have been a $0 collision. Instead it looks like $1000s.
She got a ticket, but it seems unfair that we're on the hook for damage caused by the other guy's improper equipment. Florida has a maximum bumper height law:(So much for the goons with the monster trucks. My redneck deputy buddies say they don't enforce that.)