A little background: My company is called AmeriScapes, and we focus on a slightly patriotic theme, without going overboard. Basically, my business is a landscaping and lawn care business and we offer military discounts to service members, we have red white and blue (and green) in our colors, and our slogan is "building the American Dream, one beautiful lawn at a time" to show that we try to achieve the white picket fence utopia, with perfect full lawns and nice landscapes, for everybody. Now, my question is: Can we fly 3'x5' American flags from the front of the bed of our trucks, behind the passenger seat (I have one on my 91 Dodge Dakota now, but I want to know what's best, moving forward) without coming off as redneck? We're based in Raleigh North Carolina, so there's probably mixed opinions in this area. In my personal opinion, I think that if we're driving brand new trucks (in the near future) and they're navy blue with a clean logo on the sides, and we have well organized trailers with professional looking workers (in navy polos), that it won't look "redneck", but will instead add to the affect, and may even bring in new business from people who love the flag and the country. My final opinion: I think that it will obviously deter a few salty people, but I think it will grab people's attention, especially baby boomers, and they'll like what we believe in. What are your thoughts? Do any of you have experience flying the American flag from your work trucks?