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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by DCrider, Aug 20, 2010.
Are those all yours, or do you like to photograph license plates?
This is on my Monster...
Maybe a bit of both. Don't you read any profiles?
And since you like Ducatis, here's on for ya. Only one is mine.
Taken up in Hatcher Pass about 50mi north of Anchorage. Mark H.
Apparently not. I guess I never realized that there could be a lot of useful information about some members there. I'll have to check that my own is accurate now.
I hope this plate is not too hard to figure out...
It was thought of long before advrider.com
I've had a thing for personalized plates since I was little; must have been all of the cheesy auto-related movies I watched growing up.
Every vehicle in the stable has a custom plate:
TWNTRBO - on my S4
JPTHRLS - used to be on my Jeep, I transferred it to the wife's Grand Cherokee when I sold my TJ.
Collector plate - on my '79 Bronco. Free tabs for life.
My old bike, cuz I used to be an Infantry Drill Sergeant.
My current bike.
and when I was riding sportbikes, I had a tag that said "BUH BYE"
*Sorry, no photo -
It was years ago, and not my vehicle.
Spotted it, a personalised plate on an old Australian Range Rover :
Evidently low-profile enough to go past the registration clerk's filter.
Or if it was discovered later, was less embarrassing to turn a blind eye.
You're welcome to it if you think it will go through.
A guy with a (stock) Corvette who commutes a similar route to me has a plate that says "YRU2SLO."
Someday I will make a sign for my bike that says "WHY ARE YOU TOO DOUCHE?" for when I pass him on the highway.
I thought about getting "I HV MOR $$ THN U AND MY CAR IS FSTR" for my Porsche, but it was too many letters. So, I got "BTRTHNU" instead.
Wanted "SPASS", the German word for fun on my baby beemer. Prudish VA sees the letters a s s in there, so SPA5S it is.
Seems like a nice idea until you have to throw down the $$$. Even at under $50, it just seems like there's always better things to do with the money. I guess I just don't get it
R11RT (L) and F650GS (R)
on my F800GS, while it can be a reference to my age it is pronounced GS'er
Exactly ! I had IGOFAR. when someone added a T to the end in black marker I decided to give it up and it was to memorable for others on the road who were cell phone inclined
now that's funny