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. Beast Rider

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  2. IgoFar

    IgoFar Been here awhile

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  3. H96669

    H96669 A proud pragmatist.

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    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.:evil

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    Now they won't even issue it as one.....regulations you know.:wink:



    YOU MAY NOT HAVE


    Contact ICBC — PNP section if you have any questions
    concerning your application.


    - Any combination of characters that may be considered
    OFFENSIVE,

    SUGGESTIVE, RELIGIOUS, SPEED OR ALCOHOL-RELATED or NOT IN
    GOOD TASTE
    - Numerals


    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
    “ABC-123”


    , “123-ABC”, “1204-GT”, “GT-1234”

    - Any SINGLE letter as a PREFIX, followed by more than three (3) numbers —
    such as


    “A-4321”, “B-56543”

    - 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
    “4352 A”


    , “54635-W”

    - Characters in a combination that could create identifi cation problems —


    such as
    “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 —
    such as


    “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”,

    “HELLOW”


    , “HOWDOO”

    - Any other ACCEPTABLE combination of letters and numerals — such as
    “U-4-ME”


    , “ME 4 U”, “2-BOBBY”, “JOHN 44”

    * For motorcycle personalized plates, you cannot exceed a total of six (6)

    character spaces



  4. williamfrog

    williamfrog n00b

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    Heres mine

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  5. squiffynimrod

    squiffynimrod maximum shrinkage Supporter

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    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.
  6. AK Oldman

    AK Oldman WANDRN

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    This pretty much says it all for me.

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  7. ebbanflood

    ebbanflood Riff Raff Supporter

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    I was going to get this, but went with something else.
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  8. DCrider

    DCrider Live from THE Hill

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  9. RForestR

    RForestR In the Woods

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    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!
  10. AZuwere

    AZuwere Been here awhile

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  11. TorontoBrit

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    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!!!!!
  12. SgtDuster

    SgtDuster Long timer

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    You can choose to pay or not at least...here in Quebec, we just can't. :cry
  13. TorontoBrit

    TorontoBrit TorontoBrit

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    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:D
  14. sassage

    sassage Wanderer

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  15. McHaven

    McHaven Been here awhile

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    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)
  16. Advntr

    Advntr Answering the call of the wild

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    Same ride, just the newer version of my plate

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  17. idealistix

    idealistix Been here awhile

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    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).
    FYYF
    1WD
    4QYFF
    YARRR (I am not a pirate, so I'll pass on this one)
    AXLR8

    FYYF has a neat palindromic ring to it. I guess it's a more polite version of the ADV mantra. :evil

    I am limited to 5 alphanumeric characters. Any suggestions? :ear
  18. GSlite

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  20. DCrider

    DCrider Live from THE Hill

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    :roflnice, we are such prudes in the US