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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by DCrider, Aug 20, 2010.
Ms Beast Riders 650....
Ms Beast Riders scoot.....
They never gave it to me as a "Personalized Plate", just happened that way. It does have meaning to me, certainly have to know some french/religion and others to see it.
Now they won't even issue it as one.....regulations you know.
YOU MAY NOT HAVE
Contact ICBC PNP section if you have any questions
concerning your application.
- Any combination of characters that may be considered
SUGGESTIVE, RELIGIOUS, SPEED OR ALCOHOL-RELATED or NOT IN
only - such as 962 221, 1426, 645-354
- Less than two (2) characters such as
A or 4
- More than six (6) characters such as
U FOUR ME, ROBERTA
- Any special symbols such as
@, ?, /, &, ., +, etc.
- Any combination of letters or letters and numbers that confl ict with the
numbering system currently in use or planned to be used by ICBC such as
, 123-ABC, 1204-GT, GT-1234
- Any SINGLE letter as a PREFIX, followed by more than three (3) numbers
- The prefi xes
CL, VE, GR, MC, MB, MD, PG AND BC
followed by any number of numerals
- Any SINGLE letter as a SUFFIX preceded by more than three (3) such as
- Characters in a combination that could create identifi cation problems
L12B5S, 8B2Z38, 01LVU, etc.
YOU MAY HAVE:
Up to six letters or letters and numbers which may be separated by blank
space or hyphen at any point(s) between adjoining characters only
U 4 ME, ME-4-U, providing you DO NOT exceed a total of
seven (7) character spaces (*see below).
- Two (2) to six (6) Roman letters such as
ME, YOU, BYEE,
- Any other ACCEPTABLE combination of letters and numerals such as
, ME 4 U, 2-BOBBY, JOHN 44
* For motorcycle personalized plates, you cannot exceed a total of six (6)
I'd like a vanity plate but in SK it's $75 and a max of 5 characters for MC's. I've got a whole bunch of farkles to buy before I get to buying plates.
This pretty much says it all for me.
I was going to get this, but went with something else.
My standard issue plate when I picked up the bike was "666K5"
I've been asked countless times if it is a personalized plate, although I'm not sure what the K5 part would signify?
Of course, I recognize that I was only 4 digits away from the way cool "666K9" plate that I coulda got free of charge...
"Devil Dog", now who wouldn't have liked that one!
Well apparently Ontario isn't big on personalized plates, we have you all beat:
$251.65 with 2 - 5 letters or number allowed!!!!! Yes you can buy a lot of farkles with that!!!!!!!!
Now with the exchange rate it is about $300 USD...........
Oh yeah and don't forget the 13% HST on top of that too!!!!!
You can choose to pay or not at least...here in Quebec, we just can't.
lol well apparently we choose not to pay. I can't recall ever seeing a personalized motorcycle plate in Ontario. I can't believe they haven't done the math: sell none for $251 or sell hundreds for $100?????????
BTW my favorite plate would be "NONE" ........ looks funny on a ticket, or anywhere else you have to write down your plate
I'm thinking about getting one, now that I know I can get a Big Bend National Park plate.
Perhaps IGO-SLO, or my riding nickname: Cpt Slo (Captain Slow)
Same ride, just the newer version of my plate
I am also thinking about getting a vanity plate. My first choice "NONE", and "FYYFF" are already taken. Here are some that ARE available:
HA (these are also my initials, reversed).
YARRR (I am not a pirate, so I'll pass on this one)
FYYF has a neat palindromic ring to it. I guess it's a more polite version of the ADV mantra.
I am limited to 5 alphanumeric characters. Any suggestions?
On my F650:
My old bike
I like to be seen at night.
DMV wouldn't go for iron butt; the Brits call butt a bum... Sooo...
nice, we are such prudes in the US