Aug 2, 2007

11 Cool and Clever License Plates.

Here are some license plates, which we don't come across in our day-to-day life. Some of these letters & numbers combinations used on vehicle license plates are straightforward until you view them in your rear-view mirror, which adds a new dimension to it.

11 Cool and Clever License Plates (11) 1

11 Cool and Clever License Plates (11) 2

11 Cool and Clever License Plates (11) 3

11 Cool and Clever License Plates (11) 4

11 Cool and Clever License Plates (11) 5

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Source: 1, 2 & 3
Don’t miss to check out “Cool and Clever License Plates – Part: 1| 2| 3| 4”.
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14 comments:

Tom Davis said...

My favorite license plate (spotted near Boise, ID): NCC 1701

(In case you're not a Trekkie, that number identifies the Enterprise, a Constitution-class heavy cruiser launched in 2245 and generally commanded by James Tiberius Kirk)

zgramee said...

There is a guy here in Davis,CA with tar -xvf

subcorpus said...

i once saw the plate PEN15 ...
it was in KL, malaysia ...
veryone who saw it had a good time ...
hehe ...

Joe said...

M4D 1337 means mad leet. rm -rf is a unix command which means remove. the -rf part basically means go into subdirectories and remove all the folders within the current directory. without asking.

Jake said...

I don't get the M4D either, but the "rm" is the Unix remove command (-r = recursively, meaning all underlying subdirectories; -f = force, never prompt).

Andrew said...

Randomness, I am from Davis as well. What kind of car is it?

nic said...

so you know how people can have "hand" signs... THE E BEST license plate i've ever seen said "hand sign" LV4BYS BAHAHAHAHAHAHA "HANDLOVEFORBOYS":!!!HAHAHAHA

Alberto said...

Jake, next time you are at your UNIX command prompt type rm -rf /

Fun things will happen....

ScottE said...

I recall seeing "45HEXME" back in college. Must have been a CS student.

Drew said...

In michigan, I have seen

AM WOOD

and

HASH1SH

Anonymous said...

I actually saw a plate today that said "1337", which is why I looked up this article. It was in Massachusetts, belonged to some old guy getting groceries. -shrug-

Anonymous said...

I remember one said PHA-QUE not sure where though.

Richard Si said...

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3119/2877410790_01881c0978.jpg?v=0

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3126/2876578405_5a826d5fc9.jpg?v=0

http://flickr.com/photos/23530341@N07/sets/72157607358198326/

Hi
Im from Malaysia and after a lot of waiting and almost $10000 in bid payment, I am finally the proud owner of NCC-1701

Ted said...

i saw a plate that said onopupu once XD