I used to own the Sto N Show until my driveway decided to yank it off. My car was stock height and not even lowered and it would scrape almost any driveway. I daily my car so I have that issue to deal with, if you don't daily it could possibly work, but need to be cautious.
I switched over to putting my license plate in my right bottom corner of the windshield. I bought a rubber license plate holder and bought small suction cups from Amazon and have done that for almost a year now. I even forget it's even there.
Craigs custom license plate bracket. Best thing ever. No drilling, solid 3m tape and adhesive promoter AND I can remove the license plate whenever I want and the mounting part stays stuck to the car under the top grill so you can't even see it!