Georgia's vanity plate rules are hilariously inconsistent1/13/2013
Vehicle owners can get a little wild with their vanity license plates so it's important for states to enforce regulations. Something like "GOTBEER?" for example, which the Georgia Department of Revenue rejected, is obviously not a message we want attached to the back of a machine one must be sober to drive. Of course, DOR officials approved "L0VWINE?" but perhaps a growler of Carlo Rossi is simply less offensive. Kind of like how "44JESUS" was approved but "5JESUS" was turned down (Jesus references are clearly only acceptable in specific quantities) and "1BIGGUN" was given the green light while "HVYGUNS" was nixed (it's really the weight of the deadly weapon that matters.) The hilarious list of inconsistencies going viral today makes Kansas look pretty good. [Source]
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