New Hampshire is known for having the most vehicles with vanity license plates than any other state in the Country, or so I've been told. Having paid special attention to them in the last few days, I have to ask the question, 'What are some of you trying to say on those plates?'
Some of them are pretty self-explantory: People's names; The owner's thoughts on life; or advertising one's business...
I think my plate is one of those: (In case it is not self explanatory... I sell real estate)
Some are not so self explanatory. I saw one this morning that said: TGIFF I wondered if they very enthusiastically Thanking God It was Friday, or whether saying, Thank Goodness, it's French Fries.
Then there was the little Dodge Neon with this plate: (this is not the exact plate but you get the idea)
I would expect this plate to be on something like this truck, wouldn't you?
So, again I ask the question... What Does Your License Plate Say About You? If you don't have one, not to worry. Here's your chance to make one up :-)
Oh, and If you were curious like I was, this one hasn't been taken yet:
But this one has: IMAWNNR
Additional Information that may or may not be useful to you:
If you are thinking of purchasing a vanity plate in New Hampshire, you can only do this at your next scheduled registration, but if you want to research what names are presently available, you can go to the New Hampshire Department of Safety's Registration Bureau.
If you actually need to look up the owner information on a plate, in order to locate someone who was involved in a crash, for example, you can find that information, too, at License-PLATE-Search.