2014 Honda CR-Z EX CVT
Hey I had vanity plates!! I thought they were great! They weren't all that expensive.Yeah, $200 in taxes can be spent on better taxes. Oh wait Texas doesn't play that game now on things made in TX that stay in TX.
Also a sysadmin here. This car really draws in the IT crowd.Hey I had vanity plates!! I thought they were great! They weren't all that expensive.
When I registered this car, I opted to get new (regular) plates.
As a System Admin I came up with the very clever plate of ERRRROR
You dang hammies are why I can't have K24Z7 or K24A2. Plates starting with K are reserved for you guys.The only vanity plates I have, if you can refer to them as such, are my ham radio callsign plates (not on the Z, already have them on another vehicle and you can only have one set) which are very cheap in NY State. I would not spend the money for actual NY vanity plates, not worth what the state charges and I already give them enough involuntarily.
It is fun to look at others' plates though.
Still a good skill to have.But those aren't even valid ham calls so that's a stupid rule. What about other letters, K isn't the only ham prefix.
The whole SHTF/Emcomm thing is pretty much outdated these days with a more robust grid and other communication options. At least domestically, it's rare for conms to be down for very long with more resilient networks, mobile cell sites, satellite etc. It's just a fun hobby with lots of cool stuff to play with. Yes we are capable of setting up point to point comms with just radios, a power source and antennas but when we do it's usually for fun.
Yes it’s around $3-45$Indiana is a great place for plates. Vanity plates I think are only $40? Used to be, anyway. I've never actually had them. But they do offer an absolutely enormous selection of specialty plates. Like, way more than most states offer as far as I know. Here's a list:
Anyway I opted for environmental tags. They are baby blue, which complements my north shore blue pearl CRZ quite well.