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I had ITSMYI on my Infiniti I30.

And

I had IGOKMPN on my Travel Trailer.

But the state wants to charge you to buy them every year, so off they came after a couple of years.
 
Posts: 2984 | Location: Hit the ground running in Moultrie, GA | Registered: July 06, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Seen yesterday on a red sports car driven by a young woman (at least I think it was a woman):

OMGMOVE


Similar in my area, on a Tahoe, and set so you see it in your mirror:
3VUMGMO


That’s much better. The one I saw was on the back so you’d only see it after they’d already passed you when it was too late. Unless, of course, it was a parting shot to encourage you to speed up for the next speedster zipping by.


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Posts: 1545 | Location: Georgia | Registered: July 19, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Back in the '80s while contracting to various California law enforcement agencies, we always ran a 10-28 and a 10-29 for this plate through CLETS.

360GUY


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Took this photo in San Francisco in 2015:




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Some time ago I saw a woman driving a BMW with the plate:

“WAS HIS”

Must have been some divorce, LOL.


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You think she might be a wedding singer?

SING 4U


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Some time ago I saw a woman driving a BMW with the plate:

“WAS HIS”

Must have been some divorce, LOL.


Think that guy bought a new BMW M3.

New tag

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PR3 NUP


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On the back of a station wagon like one usually used to transport dogs in the back:

WAG MOR

There was another one that I saw over the weekend that I considered listing on Monday:

DIVA-some-big-number

If someone wants to advertise that they're a DIVA (defined as "a self-important person who is temperamental and difficult to please" instead of the singer), fine, but if you're the some-big-numberth person to get that plate, it looks to me like it also shows that you're not very original and not really deserving of the "recognition" of the self-importance. Therefore, no nomination!


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Posts: 1545 | Location: Georgia | Registered: July 19, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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On the back of a station wagon like one usually used to transport dogs in the back:

WAG MOR

There was another one that I saw over the weekend that I considered listing on Monday:

DIVA-some-big-number

If someone wants to advertise that they're a DIVA (defined as "a self-important person who is temperamental and difficult to please" instead of the singer), fine, but if you're the some-big-numberth person to get that plate, it looks to me like it also shows that you're not very original and not really deserving of the "recognition" of the self-importance. Therefore, no nomination!


They wouldn't let them have "ASSHAT"




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Posts: 2922 | Location: Wichita, Kansas | Registered: March 27, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I had a girlfriend whose mother would try to figure out the "meaning" of plates that weren't personalized when there was some coincidental series of letters. Stuff like 180PHD she would think meant the person had a PhD. Reminded me of the old man in Forget Paris that would read all of the signs.
 
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There’s one running around my city...FNH8PPL. No idea how that got through.


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There was another one that I saw over the weekend that I considered listing on Monday:

DIVA-some-big-number

If someone wants to advertise that they're a DIVA (defined as "a self-important person who is temperamental and difficult to please" instead of the singer), fine, but if you're the some-big-numberth person to get that plate, it looks to me like it also shows that you're not very original and not really deserving of the "recognition" of the self-importance. Therefore, no nomination!


Lol, one early morning headed in to work traveling westbound on I-20 between Conyers and Panola Road, I saw DIVA4623. Why do I remember this 1+ year later? That would be because she drove like an idiot, and apparently I offended the princess in some fashion because she filmed me as she passed. The look of exasperation clear even in the 5am hour highway lighting. I am guessing she really didn't like it when I gave the one finger salute. Roll Eyes
 
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I saw one that said "Heisenberg" last week, tried to get a pic but the light changed. I can't recall the exact abbreviation used.


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On the back of a station wagon like one usually used to transport dogs in the back:

WAG MOR



I wonder if their other car has BARKLES


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This is my first post on this forum, and I get to play Captain Obvious with the plate on my car. I had a few other, more clever plates in mind, but ultimately gave into this one because: 1) my family liked it; 2) it was available, much to my surprise; and 3) it was actually approved, much to my surprise!




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Frank, welcome to the forum and thanks for sharing your photo. Perhaps the state didn't turn it down since it was the name of the most important U.S. navy plane in the latter part of WWII in the Pacific theater. Like "Miracle on 34th Street," once the U.S. government recognizes it as official...

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I saw a black sports car with very loud pipes this weekend with the plate

5HADOW

Why anyone would want such loud pipes, I guess only the...ahem, owner?...knows.


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Driving home yesterday, I saw this on a SUV.

BURQAA

Did not see the driver.

Why would you get that if not to push buttons?
 
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Some time ago I saw a woman driving a BMW with the plate:

“WAS HIS”

Must have been some divorce, LOL.


After my late wife decided to leave our marriage, I had to repossess the Jeep I'd bought her. I changed the plates to WAS HERZ.




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GRNTACO

spotted on a dark green Toyota Tacoma.


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This afternoon in a Wawa parking lot I saw a new blue grand sport corvette with a handicap placard and his plate was 50YR W8. He could barely get out of the damn thing, but he was smiling from ear to ear. I gave him a thumbs up as I drove away. Made my day.

-Jeff
 
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