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I hit something in the road and now I have a plastic panel hanging under the car and dragging. Is this something that has to be on the car? Can I just take it off and not worry about it?

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I'm assuming this panel is in the front of the vehicle. If so, than it most likely a splash sheild. Can you drive the car without it...yes, but you may want to have it re-installed. The manufacture designed it for a reason and the reason may be to deflect road debri and water.

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