Anyone here have vanity plates?

rh71

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Annual fees ftl... especially because I don't even get to see it. ;)
 

helpme

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Mine says IIDX (for beatmania IIDX). My SRT-4 doesn't have one though.

CA $30 a year ain't bad at all...
 

rh71

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Originally posted by: Corporate Thug
Originally posted by: rh71
Annual fees ftl... especially because I don't even get to see it. ;)

$30 a year - I waste that on god knows what in a month.

The EZPass that was costing me $1/mo. for not even using it... cut that out too.

But you're right... the $43 initial fee on top of it bites though.
 

aphex

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Originally posted by: Savij
Originally posted by: Corporate Thug
Originally posted by: l0cke
Depends on what it says


LWYR = what I do (or will soon do)

Yeah, that car will never get keyed.

lol, yep. I try my best to hide the fact that i'm an attorney. :)
 

BassBomb

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up north no annual/monthly fee besides regular registration AFAIK. Just the initial cost

My dad wants vanity plates
 

FeuerFrei

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Go for it.
After you have one you don't like going back.
My former Ohio plate said PLUNDER. It now decorates my wall.
I'll be getting a new Texas plate when the new design is released to replace my generic random one.
 

krunchykrome

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I have some ideas when I get my CPA.

not sure I'll actually go through with it though....I dont know if I want everyone to know my profession
 

Apex

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Originally posted by: Xyclone

11-99 foundation + humble license plate (tounge in cheek) = win when being pulled over doing the M5's top speed?

Really though, I saw a ~20 year old girl in an M5 at a car meet last week. :roll:

Neither my wife nor I seem to get pulled over much, so I'm not too sure. :) I'm sure at top speed, chances are you'll land in jail though.
 

Xyclone

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Originally posted by: Apex
Originally posted by: Xyclone

11-99 foundation + humble license plate (tounge in cheek) = win when being pulled over doing the M5's top speed?

Really though, I saw a ~20 year old girl in an M5 at a car meet last week. :roll:

Neither my wife nor I seem to get pulled over much, so I'm not too sure. :) I'm sure at top speed, chances are you'll land in jail though.

Does your wife accelerate quickly in the M5? 500 horses can't go to waste. :( Does she feel it's one of those cars she always have to drive 10% of its potential, or is it fun at the speed limit? It's a beautiful car, anyways, congratulations. :)
 

slag

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My 97 gtp had a license plate frame that read

Happiness is

Being Blown



I still have the frame to use if I ever get a supercharged car again. When my wife would drive the car she would get strange looks and people chuckling at her.