The images you are replacing are better than the images you're adding, leave the page as it is. TomTalk 15:46, February 28, 2014 (UTC)
Because the images that you're adding are inferior to the ones that you're replacing. TomTalk 10:09, March 1, 2014 (UTC)
It's a recurrent glitch on the Wiki. It usually sorts itself out but it can take a few days. TomTalk 15:40, March 2, 2014 (UTC)
Why are you uploading vehicle images that already exist in the Wiki? DocVinewood (talk) 20:55, March 7, 2014 (UTC)
We kindly ask you (as well as all of our contributors) to please properly name and/or license all future images that you upload to the wiki. Image licensing and naming is part of our official Media Policy, and as such, it is asked of all users to respect the policy and add a proper name & license. When uploading an image to the wiki, towards the bottom of the page there is an option to add a license. Click on the drop down menu; there on the menu in the lower section, you will see "fair use and with permission" options (an example can be seen here for the beta VisualEditor, and here for the original Visual/Source Editor). The name can be modified in the bar right above the "add license" option, and must match with the Images Policy (a table of correct names can be seen here). For licensing images:
For images that are game screenshots, use the appropriate Screenshots & in-game logos.
For non-game screenshots (pictures taken from the web etc.), select This image is used under Fair Use.
For images that are not licensed, or images you have made yourself, select This is in the Public Domain.
You add the license to the image at the same time you upload it to the wiki. For more help and details, see here. For a detailed tutorial, see here.
Ignoring the policy will lead the files you uploaded to be deleted and possibly to a block if you refuse to follow the policy. If you have any questions about it, please use the dedicated section, or contact me on my talk page or any staff member. Thank you!