More About Bumpers, Guards, and Grilles
Also known as bull bars, the right truck bumper guard can protect your vehicle’s front-end in minor accidents, from debris, in truck versus wildlife collisions, and when it comes to pushing objects. If you live in an area prone to deer or elk collisions, frequent natural disasters that knock debris into the roadway, or where parallel parking is hazardous, a grille or brush guard is the perfect product for you. Not only will it give your truck a more rugged look, it will also provide enhanced protection for certain parts of your truck, like your radiator.
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Frequently Asked Questions: Bumpers, Guards, and Grilles
What Is The Guard On The Front Of A Truck Called?
The guard on the front of your truck is called a bumper guard, and can also be referred to as a brush guard, grille guard, bull bar, or bully bar. This guard is designed to protect the exterior of the front-end of your truck from damaging impacts, while also clearing away obstructing debris. Aside from the practical benefits, a bumper guard can make your truck look even more rugged and tough than it already does!
What Is The Purpose Of Having A Bumper Guard?
Having a bumper guard on your truck offers added protection to the exterior of your vehicle. When driving, you may encounter impacts with wildlife, debris, tow hitches, and even other vehicles. Bumper guards help to absorb those impacts to your vehicle. Some drivers choose to install them only on the front end and others choose to add them to the back end. For the most protection, we recommend putting bumper guards on both ends of your truck.
Are Bumper Guards Legal?
As long as bumper guards do not obstruct the view of your license plates, most are legal. However, state laws vary, so be sure to check your individual state’s laws before making your purchase. If bumper guards are legal in your state, have a professional install them to ensure it is done in compliance with regulations.
Can You Drive With A Bumper Guard?
The bumper guards and grille guards carried by BB Wheels are designed to be permanently installed, meaning in most cases, they are legal to have in place while driving. However, some bumper guards or other bumper protection products are only made to be used on a parked vehicle. Double-check your state laws to make sure you can drive your truck with bumper protection guards in place.
Is Having A Bumper Guard Worth It?
Having a bumper guard is worth it to protect your vehicle both while on the road and parked. You never know what debris or other damaging conditions you may encounter on the road, so being proactive with bumper guard installations is crucial. Plus, when parked in a busy area or a city with a lot of parallel parking, you won’t have to worry about other drivers causing damage to your truck’s exterior.