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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by johnjen, Mar 4, 2007.
Ricky, you should use this as your sig! Brilliant!
If you don't know, you're part of the cause
these days people just giving up to race against the factories teams. (what I see is that they not any harder for you and I to beat these days ) getting the trophy done and let's get paid
Probably in the wrong place, and apologies if that is the case, but here's my collection of US and Canadian motorcycle licence plates. My aim is to get one from each state/province and I'm about halfway there. Unlike the UK, the US has completely different rules when it comes to licence plates. These don't stay with the bike for it's life but stay with the rider and must be surrendered at the end of the day. We can go to the local Halfrauds and get a set made up provided we provide proof of ownership whereas in the US, the local authority stamp them from aluminium so are standardised. I also have plates from Iceland, Norway, France, Belgium and Costa Rica. You can see what states are missing so donations gratefully received (not car ones though as these are larger).