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The best way I've found is using your fingers only, pry evenly around the edges. The sharp edge of a tool like a screwdriver can create too much point pressure resulting in breakage. I have a broad, smooth edged pry tool that I sometimes use though. Cold will crack 'em though, so you might want to park in the sun for a while.
 

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Or drive through the flooded streets of So Cal from the recent rains. That'll get 'em off...

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Time for new rims!
 

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That's a cool idea. I never thought that these fingers will be enough to move around the edges smoothly. I prefer tools like screwdriver but what you said really makes sense.
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Or slam the car into a curb like I did. They pop off that way too, lmao!!! It was icy out, and I slammed into a curb and did no damage, just a 2 inch scuff mark on the hubcap.
 
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