When a man borrows his wife or partner's car, how often does it come back with the seats moved? Or the radio stations playing heavy metal or even worse – non-stop cricket? Have the mirrors been adjusted? Rubbish strewn about? And the absolute worst offense – does the car now have a lingering man smell? As you can see from the attached survey results, quite often.
If this sounds like you or someone you know, then myPlates has the perfect solution – Le Chic number plates. With the introduction of Le Chic, women now have a sure fire way to keep their car theirs. The new Le Chic plates not only allow women to have a bit of fun with their plates but will also keep any self-respecting man from ever wanting to drive her car again.
We are encouraging women to Manproof their car via a TV campaign running on the three major networks which tell the very humorous story of Manproofing from identifying the problem to providing the ultimate solution. To get the full story, see the ads on our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/myplatesNSW.
The Le Chic plates and Manproofing as a whole raise much larger questions and are a great conversation starter on a very relevant topic: manproof.com.au