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Just wondering if anyone has a hybrid or green themed personalized license plate. Since your plate is viewed by everyone while you're driving I don't think it would be a big deal to share it here. But if you don't feel comfortable then you could just post that you have one without sharing it.
I just received my registration with a title number so I can now get my clean fuel plate to ride in HOV lanes. So I figured I'd get some suggestions for a good personalized plate from someone not living in Virginia.
Marc - I was also thinking of getting hybrid theme plates. I currently have personalized plates that I carried over from last vehicle and wife thinks it does not fit car, that and no one gets it. ELDPRVD (elevation deprived, I grew up in the mountains in the NW and now live in flat southern Wisconsin)
So thinking of ideas like "electrify" or "mean green machine" just have to figure out letter combination, but it's a start. Need to do some more thinking
12punch. I probably would not have figured that out either.
I have 8 characters available on a standard plate but only six characters on a clean fuel plate. If I went with a standard plate I came up with "HYBR PWR". With the six characters all I could think of is "TOYHYB" or "HYBTOY". I can't fit a space between the first three and last three characters. Luckily my drive to work is easy and there aren't any HOV lanes going to or from work. I don't use them too much (maybe once a month) but it would be nice to have the clean fuel plates just in case. So I'm leaning towards a six character plate.
I'm going to keep my current plates, because they are a specialty plate that supports the CT spay and neuter program for shelter pets, but if I had regular plates now I would be really tempted to switch. CT offers a plate checking tool on its DMV web site, so you can see if your possible custom plate number is already taken.