People who drive cars with vanity number plates that don't *quite* spell their names, so they have their name printed on the number plate in tiny writing
I have a personalised numberplate - it's G4YFN which happens to be my ham radio call sign. Only one person has ever guessed it.To me it's just a bit of fun.
1 CAR (s) The lot of them.
and why do the police allow them to drive around in illegal (vanity) plates
WL05 SON £799 E2 DUC £599 Et tu, Scary?Direct from the DVLA
Haven't the DVLA sold vanity plates for a shedload of money and then cancelled the plate as it is deemed offensive (with no reimbursement of the fee)? As long as the appropriate spaces are made between the letters and numbers, and no offences are made, then let those with more money than sense, or an ego higher than the national debt, have their little fun. It is those who close the digits up to make an amusing or descriptive name who deserve everything they receive. I often wonder if they are trying to compensate for something missing in their lives, whether it be a tiny penis or recognition by others of their achievements. I am hung like a donkey and don't care how many people know of my achievements, so accept what DVLA give me.Penseivat
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