how did you mount your tag lower. my tag is high like pauls, and I think it looks better low..
From my post on the Energi forum:
It was actrually much easier than I expected, extremely simple, actually.
The stock front license mount is attached with 3 pop rivets. These must be drilled out. I went to the dealer's parts department and bought 3 replacement rivets, partly to see what I was getting into, partly to see what size hole to drill (1/4 inch diameter will do), partly for possible use in my new mounting, and partly as a hedge in case I needed to revert to the original configuration.
With the rivets out, I decided to replace the rivets with screws. I found some black rubber grommet nuts just about the right size. Actually they were a bit oversize. I could have drilled the holes out a bit larger, but (still hedging) I decided to shave the grommets down. (Having it to do over, I would enlarge the holes.) I pressed the grommet nuts into all 3 original rivet holes and fitted them with machine screws and washers. At this point I had a removable, replaceable, mount for the original position.
The stock unit mounts in three places. The two top places are secured to black plastic between the horizontal chrome grille strips. The lower centered one is secured to the body paint colored bumper cover. To make the mounting in the lower posirion, I simply turned the mount upside down, retaining the single fastening location. I then secured the new bottom two fastening locations to the lower grille slate with (releasable) nylon tie-wraps. Prior to tightening down, I lined the (new) bottom edge of the mount with a rubber piece I made by splitting a length of automotive vacuum hose. I hoped this would both prevent shifting an protect the paint from being marred.
I simply left the two upper black grommet nuts in place. They are hardly visible. Actually they are less visible than the holes.