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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by rsal452, Jan 6, 2011.
Purple Murple "Ow"?
The one with the SLAYER sticker in hot pink on the rear window? She's my heavy metal commuter crush LMAO
Purple Heart plates with IED on them
Saw a sportscar a while back, not sure which, with the license plate
Saw a small Chevrolet on 93 N yesterday with NH plate “BIGGRL.” The Driver was no where nearly as big as expected.
Perhaps she just has a really grumpy dog? Big Growl?
Keene, Saturday Dec. 15th. Which one of you guys was this?
Good plate for a bad doctor^
Not an actual sighting, but just a meme:
Few weeks back I was passed by a red Maserati on 89 in NH. Had a MAGA 45 PLATE
NH this morning on 93N NH tag EYESOL8
rt28 in Yarmouth today. Not humorous and I don't think the plate has any significance to the driver.
Not funny, but touching: NH veteran plate RIPKIA.
Not Funny ...but nice.
Be funnier if it was on a Tesla
Seen on the NJ turnpike, sorry no pics:
Car: 1990's White Bronco
Plate: Not OJ
Interesting thought... Since "+" and "-" are Ok in NH, maybe a plate that reads + - + - or a bit .... on a Tesla? How many volts do they run?
Nope. One of the vanity plate rules from NH DMV:
"Not have more than one ampersand, numeral, plus sign, or minus sign in sequence"
For a Tesla:
For a milsurp fan:
For those insane people that drink decafe coffee:
And this one just to see is the generator would let me:
(CORRUPT fits perfectly)
You can't have "CHEVY55" because two numerals are in sequence ???
Are you sure about that ???
Vanity Plates | Registration | Division of Motor Vehicles | NH Department of Safety
All Vanity Plate requests shall comply with Administrative Rule, Saf-C 514.61(c):
(c) An initial or vanity registration plate shall:
(1) Not have the identical or similar combination of characters as any other classification;
(2) Not imply an affiliation with a government entity that is not true;
(3) Not refer to or be associated with any of the following subjects, in any language, whether read forward, backward, by mirror image or by phonetic spelling:
a. Intimate body parts or genitals;
b. Sexual or excretory acts or functions;
c. Words or terms of profanity or obscenity;
e. Illegal activities;
f. Intoxicants, drugs or drug culture;
g. Gangs; or
h. Racial, ethnic, religious, gender or sexual orientation hatred or bigotry;
(4) Not have more than 7 characters;
(5) Not have more than one ampersand, numeral, plus sign, or minus sign in sequence;
(6) Not have any characters other than ampersands, numerals, plus signs, minus signs, or letters;
(7) Not have only numerals or only numerals and ampersands, plus signs, or minus signs; and
(8) Not have characters or combinations of characters which may cause difficulty of distinction or identification.
Gotta' be a mistake on their website because numerals in sequence are certainly allowed.
I just checked several combinations on their vanity plate search page and found this, which I'm surprised isn't already taken:
I searched a few others and also found "HAPPY69", "REM870" and "AR-15A1" are also available.
I really liked this one! On an Inspectors truck on Job I was on locally.
I saw a jacked up old school blazer with a plate that said “ was his”
Saw NH Veteran plate today "M1919A1", he turned off before I could grab the camera.
A Marine buddy:
But I am more in favor of disestablishmentarianism.
Nitwit programmers who allow more letters in the simulation than on actual plates. It's like simulating a circuit using 100 farad capacitors.
Separate names with a comma.