Number plates for my car

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  1. stewie

    stewie What the deuce?

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    How about ED15ON?
     
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    flipfire Moderately Boss

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    My name is taken in every variation, i spent like an hour trying last night :realmad:
     
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    stewie What the deuce?

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    Even in reversed form, NO51DE? This will look unreversed from review mirrors. :D
     
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    allfiredup Notebook Virtuoso

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    Question about plates Down Under- do you have front and rear license plates in Australia?
     
  5. stewie

    stewie What the deuce?

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    Good question, if they have no front plate, then the reversed form will become meaningless. :p
     
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    allfiredup Notebook Virtuoso

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    I was just asking out of curiousity...I know they're required throughout most of Europe (well, Eastern Europe doesn't count, I'm not sure about the requirements in those various countries). They are required in some U.S. states, but none in the Southeast, at least not GA, FL, AL, NC, SC, or TN.

    And why the heck do we (U.S.) have different shaped plates- ours are taller and narrower? This will bug me until I find out why....or something shiny distracts me..
     
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    flipfire Moderately Boss

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    Go here to design a plate

    http://www.myplates.com.au/design_a_plate/plate_products.html#design

    Good thinking stewie, but its just not the same =/

    EDISON is not taken but it will cost $140 for the plates and annual fee of $440 . Im not rich lol

    My mate has OMG-WT.F on his GTi-R, not sure why he would pay that much

    Yes you need to have both front and rear plates. There are exceptions though, if you drive a car that doesnt come with front plates from factory (eg. certain Ferrari's and euro cars) then you only need to have rear plates.

    You can also get the sticker licence plates for the front. You just stick it on, its freakin tiny.
     
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    allfiredup Notebook Virtuoso

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    I know whenever I'm in the UK, every single car has those wide freakin' yellow tags on the rear and plastered to the front! On a nice looking, it's the equivalent of a big ol' nasty zit on the nosel...or a boog that needs to be wiped off! ick
     
  9. stewie

    stewie What the deuce?

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    How about EE33EE, EE333, EE3333, EEE33E, or EEE333?

    SS55SS, SS555, SS5555, SSS55S, or SSS555 would work too.

    :D
     
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