Let's see the vanity plate you ride with

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by DCrider, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. scottrnelson

    scottrnelson Mr. Dual Sport Rider

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    Are those all yours, or do you like to photograph license plates?
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  2. Gizmo

    Gizmo Hermes

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    Good point.
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  3. AKLiz

    AKLiz Been here awhile

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    This is on my Monster...

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    :rofl
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  4. AKDuc

    AKDuc Alaska Born Ducatisti

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    Maybe a bit of both. :wink: Don't you read any profiles? :D

    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.

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  5. scottrnelson

    scottrnelson Mr. Dual Sport Rider

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    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.
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  6. joints4sale

    joints4sale No. Not "That Kind".

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    Almost true.
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  7. Advntr

    Advntr Answering the call of the wild

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    I hope this plate is not too hard to figure out...
    It was thought of long before advrider.com

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  8. nytrashman

    nytrashman old and in the way

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  9. Slyder

    Slyder Adventurer

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    :evil

    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. :D

    - Chris
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  10. GoGo Gadget

    GoGo Gadget Long timer

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    My old bike, cuz I used to be an Infantry Drill Sergeant.
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    My current bike.
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    and when I was riding sportbikes, I had a tag that said "BUH BYE"
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  11. CrashDummy

    CrashDummy Long timer

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  12. Midnullarbor

    Midnullarbor Been here awhile

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    *Sorry, no photo -
    It was years ago, and not my vehicle.
    Spotted it, a personalised plate on an old Australian Range Rover :

    UPY-002

    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.
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  13. kpt4321

    kpt4321 Long timer

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    A guy with a (stock) Corvette who commutes a similar route to me has a plate that says "YRU2SLO." :puke1

    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.
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  14. longslowdistance

    longslowdistance Long timer Supporter

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    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.[​IMG][​IMG]
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  15. slartidbartfast

    slartidbartfast Life is for good friends and great adventures Supporter

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    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 :dunno
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  16. GR8ADV

    GR8ADV Safety Second!

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  17. Schnickelfritz

    Schnickelfritz pick, grin, repeat Supporter

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  18. lakota

    lakota Geeser

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    on my F800GS, while it can be a reference to my age it is pronounced GS'er

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  19. Bill 310

    Bill 310 Poser Emeritus Super Supporter

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    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


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  20. DCrider

    DCrider Live from THE Hill

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    now that's funny:lol3
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