The Chevrolet Silverado, and its mechanically identical cousin, the GMC Sierra, are a series of full-size and heavy-duty pickup trucks manufactured by General Motors .
This car is the favorite of many people.
In order to protect the Silverado sierra, they put a Silverado sierra Nerf Bar on the car.
Why do they install a Silverado sierra Nerf Bar?
A nerf bar is a tubular device fitted to the side of a racecar, typically single-seat race cars that compete on asphalt or dirt oval tracks. A "nerf" is a small, sometimes intentional, collision between two Silverado sierras in which one driver bumps the other to facilitate a successful pass. The Silverado sierra Nerf Bar protects the sides of the vehicles and also keeps their tires from becoming entangled.
A more commercial application of the Silverado sierra Nerf Bar is for convenience purposes on a pickup truck or sport utility vehicle.