My wife and I saw this “Give a Little” novelty license plate on our D8NIGHT last night. She took the picture while I drove v-e-r-y slowly. Don’t worry, there were no cars behind us. Is this a message on charitable giving? Negotiation? What’s your take on it?
I saw this “D8NIGHT” novelty license plate in South Dakota. It must be nice to have a car that you only drive on date nights. Or is it that every night is a date night for this person?
Here’s a Michigan fundraising license plate for the Donate Life campaign. It says “Donate Life 4COLIN.” That weird color pattern you see in the picture is the shirt I was wearing, which reflected off my car window as I took the picture.
This novelty license plate offers great advice to one and all: “Be Humble.”
Every now and then you need to use a number in place of a letter when creating your own vanity license plate. This convertible, looking for “summer fun,” whizzed past me last week.
I have no idea what MI EDM means…maybe Michigan Electronic Dance Music? Electronic Document Management?
This Grandma’s got her own personalized license plate. Impressive!
The first thing that came to my mind when I saw this personalized plate, “DECIDED”, was a song I learned as a child, “I have decided to follow Jesus.” Perhaps it means that…or maybe it means the person is good at making decisions?
I’m sure the owner of this “DUNEBOY” JEEP loves to off-road on the sand dunes of Lake Michigan. And yes, that thing that looks like a crack above the JEEP is actually a crack in the windshield of our van.
I wonder if this “THNKDSN” plate belongs to a design firm executive? There’s an agency here in Grand Rapids called Think Design. Or maybe it’s an appeal to design thinking?