But now even a private establishment has banned modified cars from parking on their parking lots. For example one of movie theaters called Edwards Cinemas has posted these signs at at least one of their Southern California locations and car enthusiasts everywhere have erupted.
The signage was posted on Facebook and the comments section was quickly set ablaze with fired up gearheads opposing the anti-modified car policy.
Posters were suggesting all sort of tactics to counter the new policy ranging from vandalism to outright boycotting of the chain. While we don't condone any of the illegal behavior, this is discrimination and should be treated as such. The possible scenario that some pimple-face $12/hr night manager might have final say in dragging away your slammed vehicle, possibly damaging it and costing you big money to recover it from impound is totally unacceptable. We wonder how these "experts" will judge Harleys, Hotrods or even factory modified cars like say a BMW 335i with BMW Performance upgrades direct from the dealer.
But this is the anti-modified car era we live in and talk about messed up priorities where Edwards Theatres didn't have a sign to turn away felons or registered sex offenders before this one. Click past the jump for a list of theatres your modified car may not still be parked where you left it when you come out of the movie.
The information was taken from ca.autoblog.com