OK, so I work around alot of stuff like this. Like today there was this boy whom had his Lexus less then an inch off the ground at the frame rails. Thus, when it was time to work on it the car was unable to make it onto the lift. The boy then proceeded to get mad when we told him to raise his car back up to be worked on. Now I understand the idea of wanting to be different, however this fad of lowering one's car has left me shaking my head at any given time. 1. You cause nothing but damage to your vehicle. Being done to the body of the car, axles, rear ends, motor mounts, transmissions, and oil pans. 2. You have made your car unable to move over simple objects, and have become a burden to anyone behind you in parking lots. 3. If one was to hit a pot hole you would suddenly stop, or get snagged enough to endanger those behind you. 4. It ruins the vehicle as most people with these cars run the metaphorical dog piss out of them. 5. It makes working on the vehicle that much harder. Forcing more work on yourself simply to change the oil. Now with lifted vehicles I again am left shaking my head as to spend that much money on something simply to take it off road, and ruin it as well. The large amount of money( anywhere from 2k-10k dollars) one spends on lift kits, and the likes could have been put to much better use. I do not see the reason for such things. 1. The added height of the vehicle makes it much harder to control. With the added need those see to drive at excessive speeds only makes the danger higher. 2. The fact some do this to off the lot trucks, and then drive them off road only to beat the body to bits. There are more cost effective ways to have fun. 3. It is a safety hazard at all speeds, as it allows roll overs to become more common. 4. It shortens the life of parts on the vehicle as a whole. Making cost of keeping it soar. 5. You truly gained nothing in lifting said vehicle. Now I want to know what the point of any modifications such as these is. Fun is not a valid answer as the fact you endanger others is remarkably selfish in my honest opinion.